Simple Past Liar! game

Teacher’s instructions

Students are dealt out five cards. They take turns laying one of their cards face down and saying something they did in the past, making it something imaginary if they laid down an F card. After asking three questions about that action, people can challenge them by saying “Liar!” if they think that isn’t true. If it is an F card the person who made the statement has to take all the cards laid on the table so far. If it is a T card, the person who challenged them has to take all the cards. If no one says anything, the game continues with the next person laying their card on top of that previous one.  

 

T

 

 

F

 

T

 

F

 

T

 

 

F

 

T

 

F

 

T

 

 

F

 

T

 

F

 

T

 

 

F

 

T

 

F

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PDF for easy saving and printing: Simple Past T F bluffing game

Related pages

Narrative tenses page

Bluffing games blog post

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