Thursday, February 18, 2010

Take out your personal watercraft

Today in my intermediate class we played charades with two-part verbs. It goes like this: the students have to write down a bunch of requests using two-part verbs on little cards (por ejemplo, clean up the kitchen, put away your things, take out the trash, etc). Then they exchange cards and have to act out the request and get their team to guess correctly.

It was a fantastic game that really made me laugh, especially when I saw the following gems:

Take out the teacher (M.A) and close the door. (all in good fun, I promise)

Throw away your feelings.

and the most puzzling:
Take out your personal watercraft.

Where that came from, I have no idea.

love, M

1 comment:

Ondrayuh said...

maybe they have dreams of taking their teacher out on a personal watercraft and closing the door...mmm... :)