Business Result Pre-Intermediate Units 1 to 7 rotating revision board game

 

 

Things that your partner agrees are going up (with a different trends verb in each sentence)

Things that your partner agrees are going down (with a different trends verb in each sentence) Different reasons why your partner can’t speak to someone each time that they phone Words that your partner can’t pronounce (write them down then ask for the pronunciation) START

 

Uncountable things that your partner would take on holiday

 

Phrases for talking about a last stage

Instructions for students

Do the challenge of the square you are on until you make a mistake, then move the number of squares of the correct things you said.

 

Further challenge

Make similar challenges for other groups.

Suggestions:

  • Antonyms (= opposites)
  • Differences
  • Error correction
  • Examples of one grammar, vocabulary and/ or pronunciation category
  • Formality
  • Meaning
  • Missing words
  • Phrases with one function
  • Pronunciation
  • Spelling
  • Synonyms
  • True sentences/ Spotting untrue sentences
  • What things stand for
 

Phrases for talking about a next stage

True statements about a company that your partner chooses Trends phrases that don’t just mean “go up” or “go down”
 

Phrases for talking about a first stage

Differences between jobs that your partner can’t explain
Processes that your partner can’t describe more than three steps of English abbreviations that your partner doesn’t know
Countable things in your partner’s bathroom English words which your partner can’t spell
Comparisons between different tourist spots that your partner agrees with Differences between words connected to travel that your partner can’t explain
True sentences about one past time without your partner guessing (one point for each wrong guess) Steps in using something that’s always in this room (using a different phrase for each)
True Past Simple sentences about your partner (with a different time expression every time) True sentences about your partner with “ed” with the /id/ sound
True Present Perfect sentences about your partner (with a different time expression every time) Comparisons between Japanese things and things in other countries that your partner agrees with
Comparisons between Tokyo and other places that your partner agrees with True sentences about your partner with “ed” with the /d/ sound
True sentences about your partner with “ed” with the /t/ sound Comparisons between jobs that your partner agrees with Statements about one job that your partner agrees with Things that your partner agrees aren’t important in a good job Things that your partner agrees are important in a good job

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