Countries nationalities definitions speaking gameChoose one of the squares below and try to explain what it is without say...
Countries nationalities definitions speaking gameChoose one of the squares below and try to explain what it is without say...
Countries nationalities definitions speaking gameChoose one of the squares below and try to explain what it is without say...
Countries nationalities definitions speaking gameChoose one of the squares below and try to explain what it is without say...
Countries nationalities definitions speaking gameChoose one of the squares below and try to explain what it is without say...
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  1. 1. Countries nationalities definitions speaking gameChoose one of the squares below and try to explain what it is without saying the name. Stop aftereach sentence. The first sentence must include just the nationality, e.g. “She is Scottish” David Beckham Baseball Kangaroo Playstation Portable (PSP) Mini Mercedes Benz Pokemon Xbox Coca Cola Sumo Bulldog Kiwi Wallaby Koala Rafael Nadal Real Madrid Man U (=Manchester Chelsea Cristiano Ronaldo Nintendo Wii United) One Piece Panda Nessie (= the Loch Ness Kimchi monster) MacDonald’s KFC (= Kentucky Friend Baskin Robbins Ferrari Chicken) Subway Taekwondo Karate Samsung Sony iPod Nike Adidas Hamburger Spaghetti/ macaroni/ Golf Football/ soccer pasta Swatch (Switzerland) Honda (Japan) Kellogg’s The Red Sox Yamaha Pocari Sweat Yakult Cadbury’s Winnie the Pooh Bic Kit Kat Maple syrup Pixar Disneyland Lego Tulip Nestle Manneken Pis Sushi Harry Potter Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2009
  2. 2. Countries nationalities definitions speaking gameChoose one of the squares below and try to explain what it is without saying the name. Stop aftereach sentence. The first sentence must include just the nationality, e.g. “She is Scottish” David Beckham (UK) Baseball (USA) Kangaroo (Australia) Playstation Portable (PSP- Japan) Mini (UK) Mercedes Benz Pokemon (Japan) Xbox (USA) (Germany) Coca Cola (USA) Sumo (Japan) Bulldog (UK) Kiwi (New Zealand) Wallaby (Australia) Koala (Australia) Rafael Nadal (Spain) Real Madrid (Spain) Man U (=Manchester Chelsea (UK) Cristiano Ronaldo Nintendo Wii (Japan) United- UK) (Portugal) One Piece (Japan) Panda (China) Nessie (= the Loch Ness Kimchi (Korea) monster- Scotland) MacDonald’s (USA) KFC (= Kentucky Friend Baskin Robbins (USA) Ferrari (Italy) Chicken- USA) Subway (USA) Taekwondo (Korea) Karate (Japan) Samsung (Korea) Sony (Japan) iPod (USA) Nike (USA) Adidas (Germany) Hamburger (USA) Spaghetti/ macaroni/ Golf (Scotland) Football/ soccer (UK) pasta (Italy) Swatch (Switzerland) Honda (Japan) Kellogg’s (USA) The Red Sox (USA) Yamaha (Japan) Pocari Sweat (Japan) Yakult (Japan) Cadbury’s (UK) Winnie the Pooh (UK) Bic (France) Kit Kat (UK) Maple syrup (Canada) Pixar (USA) Disneyland (USA) Lego (Denmark) Tulip (Holland/ The Netherlands) Nestle (Switzerland) Manneken Pis (Belgium) Sushi (Japan) Harry Potter (UK) Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2009
  3. 3. Countries nationalities definitions speaking gameChoose one of the squares below and try to explain what it is without saying the name. Stop aftereach sentence. The first sentence must include just the nationality, e.g. “She is Scottish” David Beckham (UK) Baseball (USA) Kangaroo (Australia) Playstation Portable (PSP- Japan) Mini (UK) Mercedes Benz Pokemon (Japan) Xbox (USA) (Germany) Coca Cola (USA) Sumo (Japan) Bulldog (UK) Kiwi (New Zealand) Wallaby (Australia) Koala (Australia) Rafael Nadal (Spain) Real Madrid (Spain) Man U (=Manchester Chelsea (UK) Cristiano Ronaldo Nintendo Wii (Japan) United- UK) (Portugal) One Piece (Japan) Panda (China) Nessie (= the Loch Ness Kimchi (Korea) monster- Scotland) MacDonald’s (USA) KFC (= Kentucky Friend Baskin Robbins (USA) Ferrari (Italy) Chicken- USA) Subway (USA) Taekwondo (Korea) Karate (Japan) Samsung (Korea) Sony (Japan) iPod (USA) Nike (USA) Adidas (Germany) Hamburger (USA) Spaghetti/ macaroni/ Golf (Scotland) Football/ soccer (UK) pasta (Italy) Swatch (Switzerland) Honda (Japan) Kellogg’s (USA) The Red Sox (USA) Yamaha (Japan) Pocari Sweat (Japan) Yakult (Japan) Cadbury’s (UK) Winnie the Pooh (UK) Bic (France) Kit Kat (UK) Maple syrup (Canada) Pixar (USA) Disneyland (USA) Lego (Denmark) Tulip (Holland/ The Netherlands) Nestle (Switzerland) Manneken Pis (Belgium) Sushi (Japan) Harry Potter (UK) Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2009
  4. 4. Countries nationalities definitions speaking gameChoose one of the squares below and try to explain what it is without saying the name. Stop aftereach sentence. The first sentence must include just the nationality, e.g. “She is Scottish” David Beckham (UK) Baseball (USA) Kangaroo (Australia) Playstation Portable (PSP- Japan) Mini (UK) Mercedes Benz Pokemon (Japan) Xbox (USA) (Germany) Coca Cola (USA) Sumo (Japan) Bulldog (UK) Kiwi (New Zealand) Wallaby (Australia) Koala (Australia) Rafael Nadal (Spain) Real Madrid (Spain) Man U (=Manchester Chelsea (UK) Cristiano Ronaldo Nintendo Wii (Japan) United- UK) (Portugal) One Piece (Japan) Panda (China) Nessie (= the Loch Ness Kimchi (Korea) monster- Scotland) MacDonald’s (USA) KFC (= Kentucky Friend Baskin Robbins (USA) Ferrari (Italy) Chicken- USA) Subway (USA) Taekwondo (Korea) Karate (Japan) Samsung (Korea) Sony (Japan) iPod (USA) Nike (USA) Adidas (Germany) Hamburger (USA) Spaghetti/ macaroni/ Golf (Scotland) Football/ soccer (UK) pasta (Italy) Swatch (Switzerland) Honda (Japan) Kellogg’s (USA) The Red Sox (USA) Yamaha (Japan) Pocari Sweat (Japan) Yakult (Japan) Cadbury’s (UK) Winnie the Pooh (UK) Bic (France) Kit Kat (UK) Maple syrup (Canada) Pixar (USA) Disneyland (USA) Lego (Denmark) Tulip (Holland/ The Netherlands) Nestle (Switzerland) Manneken Pis (Belgium) Sushi (Japan) Harry Potter (UK) Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2009
  5. 5. Countries nationalities definitions speaking gameChoose one of the squares below and try to explain what it is without saying the name. Stop aftereach sentence. The first sentence must include just the nationality, e.g. “She is Scottish” David Beckham (UK) Baseball (USA) Kangaroo (Australia) Playstation Portable (PSP- Japan) Mini (UK) Mercedes Benz Pokemon (Japan) Xbox (USA) (Germany) Coca Cola (USA) Sumo (Japan) Bulldog (UK) Kiwi (New Zealand) Wallaby (Australia) Koala (Australia) Rafael Nadal (Spain) Real Madrid (Spain) Man U (=Manchester Chelsea (UK) Cristiano Ronaldo Nintendo Wii (Japan) United- UK) (Portugal) One Piece (Japan) Panda (China) Nessie (= the Loch Ness Kimchi (Korea) monster- Scotland) MacDonald’s (USA) KFC (= Kentucky Friend Baskin Robbins (USA) Ferrari (Italy) Chicken- USA) Subway (USA) Taekwondo (Korea) Karate (Japan) Samsung (Korea) Sony (Japan) iPod (USA) Nike (USA) Adidas (Germany) Hamburger (USA) Spaghetti/ macaroni/ Golf (Scotland) Football/ soccer (UK) pasta (Italy) Swatch (Switzerland) Honda (Japan) Kellogg’s (USA) The Red Sox (USA) Yamaha (Japan) Pocari Sweat (Japan) Yakult (Japan) Cadbury’s (UK) Winnie the Pooh (UK) Bic (France) Kit Kat (UK) Maple syrup (Canada) Pixar (USA) Disneyland (USA) Lego (Denmark) Tulip (Holland/ The Netherlands) Nestle (Switzerland) Manneken Pis (Belgium) Sushi (Japan) Harry Potter (UK) Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2009

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