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Posted by John on Thursday, September 4, 2008 at 7:36pm.

Bingo Game 2

Hello, class. Let's play the bingo game. Look at the bingo board in Part C. Look at the bingoard. There are nine boxes on the board. There are three expressions in the three blanks. There are six more empty blanks. Look at the expressions on the left of the bingo board. There are 6 expressions. You should write down the expressions in the six blanks. Then, what you have to do is to make groups of 6, and do rock, scissors, paper. By doing that you should decide the order. And the last person will be the leader. The leader asks the question, 'What are you going to do tomorrow?' of each member in the group.
When each member asks the question using one of the expression in Part C, all members in the group should circle
the expressions they hear. If you have three circles expressions in a row, vertically, horizontally, or diagonally, you should yell, 'Bingo!' You are the winner of this bingo game.
This time I'll make this game simple. I'll ask you the question. You should answer the qustion using one of the expressions in Part C. Ready? Let's go. "What are you going to do tomorrow?"...Each of you should answer the question, and circle the expression on the blankboard. I'll ask another student,and you should circle the expression you hear. If you have three circles expressions in a row, you have to shoud,'Bingo!' You are the winner of this bingo game.
Are you ready? Let's go..... Well done. Now, let's move on the part D.

Would you take a look at the explanation of how to play the bingo game? If there are any expressions whic are wrong, correct them, please.


English - Writeacher, Thursday, September 4, 2008 at 8:14pm
The first paragraph is confusing to me. At first you say there are three expressions, and later you say there are six.

Please clarify and repost.

Thank you. I added some more expressions.

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    This is better, yes.

    And in this phrase -- " If you have three circles expressions in a row" -- I think you mean "three circled" -- right?

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