New English Game

Hi Everyone! I’m creating a new English game and I wanted to let you know how it will work. Every day or so, I will be making a post about a new slang phrase or idiom you can learn. Each phrase will have a card that you can print out and carry with you in your wallet or day planner so you can remember it. Each card will have points that you can earn by using that phrase in an English conversation. If you use the phrase while speaking English you get points. You can keep track of your points and then trade in your points with me to win things like free ebooks and more.

More details to come!! Stay tuned!

5 thoughts on “New English Game”

  1. Hi Yvonne,
    That sounds very interesting! My goal isn’t to win anything but I would like remember all I’ve learnt forever.
    Looking forward for details.

  2. Well, well, well…we meet again, Mrs. Crawford…it’s been a while. Do you remember me? The guy who pointed out your typos, ring a bell? Hahaha. Just kidding, teacher. But seriously, it’s been forever. I knew from the beginning that this French business was no good…LOL. Kidding again, but it was easier to ask you questions back when you were in South Carolina (or was it North Carolina now? Well, I know for a fact it was a Carolina! Hahaha.)

    Well, I like games, as you know. So you think I could win something in yours? 😛

    BTW (here I go again) correct me if I’m wrong, but I think “everyone” should not be capitalized at the beginning of your paragraph here. How many points do I get for that? Pointing out an English teacher’s (who is also a native English speaker) mistakes has got to be worth at least a million points! LOL.

    Anyway, I think I should go back to ask you questions again. I’m always wondering about English words & phrases and what they can be used for and how. What things are better to say in this and that situation, you know, things like that…things that sometimes I think I’m the only one wondering about, lol.

  3. I’d like to play this english-game. how does it work? it’s always a good thing to learn something new.

  4. Well technically, Everyone shouldn’t be capitalized. But, in slang, you can because I was excited. So, I wrote it like I would’ve said it if that makes sense. 🙂

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