37 EFL bluffing games/ EFL lying games (TEFLtastic Classics Part 24)

Updated 29 September 2016

Article on EFL lying/ bluffing games

Q&A Lying games

Photocopiable lying/ bluffing classroom activities

Country and nationality words statements bluffing game – NEW

Basic personal questions coin bluffing game

Nationality words like and don’t like bluff

Food and drink Present Perfect saying yes bluffing games

Present Simple sentence completion bluffing game

Adverbs of frequency bluffing card game

Present Simple cultural customs bluffing game

Relative clauses slang call my bluff

Job interviews Have you ever bluffing game

Past Continuous bluffing card game

Present Perfect Continuous say yes bluff

Past Simple Liar game

Regret dice bluffing game (Unreal Past with I wish and If only)

Meeting people and describing your company bluffing game

Xmas traditions passives bluff

Real or pretend functions review bluffing game

Free time sentence completion bluff

Modals personalised sentence completion bluffing game

Past Continuous and Used to bluff

Next weekend bluff

Rules and regulations bluff

Anecdotes bluff

Academic Word List call my bluff

Helping people past tenses bluff

Proverbs call my bluff

Money idioms call my bluff

Weekends and the news extended speaking bluff

Lying game and discussion on lying

Fresher week academic vocabulary bluff game

Describing Xmas foods bluff game

Headlines vocabulary sharing personal experiences bluffing game

Economics vocabulary sharing personal experiences bluffing game

Social Science vocabulary sharing personal experiences bluffing game

Types of news needs analysis and sharing personal experiences bluffing game

And more to come.

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