What’s your favourite board game? You’ll learn some vocabulary that will help you play board games in English and we’ll tell you our favourite games.
Voice message from Berenice from Mexico City
Job interview in English for non-native speakers
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Email from Marcela from Argentina (she suggested we speak about Argentina – Episode 294)
I’m writing this message from Madrid!
With my family we are on vacation in Spain, we spent Christmas and New Year here. At first we visited Granada, Sevilla and Córdoba.
They are a stunning places! Unfortunately we didn’t go to Valencia, but I’m sure it’s beautiful too. I wanted to tell you that we took a tour in Toledo in English and I could understand everything thanks to your podcast!
Spain is a lovely and an interesting country with its centuries of history and cultural mix reflected in its buildings. We loved it! I think you really have chosen a wonderful place to live.
And I saw alfajores “Havanna” in a supermarket, they are certainly the best!
Well, a big hug and happy new year to you!
This idea came from Angelica Bello
To roll/throw the dice
Toss a coin (heads or tails)
It’s your turn/go / Who’s turn/go is it? Who’s next?
To go first
A deck of cards
To deal (the cards)
To shuffle (the cards/the deck)
To pick a card
Face down/up (on the table)
It’s your move (chess, draughts/checkers)
To move around the board
To add up the points
To tot up the score
It’s a draw
Scrabble, Ludo, Monopoly, Cluedo, Snakes & Ladders, Connect Four, Chinese Checkers, Backgammon, Trivial Pursuit, Draughts, Mahjong, Risk, Pictionary, Battleships
Go – first played in China over 3,000 years ago, though to be the oldest surviving board game
What games did you use to play as a kid?
Board games or computer games?
Is it harder to beat a computer or world champion at chess?
…and now it’s your turn to practise your English.
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