Describing a town in Italian

December 30, 2016 Maria F

Through this game students will learn and practice the vocabulary related to town description

This is a goose game showing pictures of various monuments in Rome: students will play the game in couples or small groups. The student who throws the dice will ask a question to the other one(s), choosing among a list of possible questions available on the board (e.g. Cosa ti piace di Roma?, What do you like about Rome?, or Cosa c'è da vedere a Roma?, What can you see in Rome?). The other student will pick up one of the cards and will reply with a full sentence, using the adjective indicated on the card in the correct form (e.g. C'è il Colosseo, è meraviglioso, There is the Colosseum, it is magnificent, with the adjective meraviglioso in its masculine singular form).

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