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USE YOUR BRAIN, ANSWER ANGAIN
Transcript of USE YOUR BRAIN, ANSWER ANGAIN
Points: 1 point for each correct answer
Time: 2 minutes
Players have to tell one irregular verb in present, past simple and participle. The play is over if you repeat a verb or if the answer is not correct.
Points: 5 points
This is a speed test. The first one to tell
the key words of the contest:
brain, answer again"
can give the answer.
You will hear a "two-words" verb and
you have to say what does it mean in
Spanish. If the answer is not correct,
the rest of the groups have the chance
TO BRING BACK
TO CARRY ON
TO CHICKEN OUT
TO CHEER UP
TO SHUT UP
TO FALL DOWN
TO GROW UP
TO KICK OFF
HACER EL SAQUE
TO MOVE ON
TO TAKE AWAY
CHANGE INTO NEGATIVE
Points: 5 points
You have to turn into a negative sentence. Speed is important in this part. The first one who says the key words
"Use your brain..."
and say the correct sentence in negative, will score 5 points for the group.
If the answer is not right, other group can
They show up here two or three times a week
They don't show up here two
or three times a week
She always tries to show off
She never tries
to show off
You four can get together for the party
You four can't get
together for the party
You four can't get together
for the party
All of them get along very well
None of them
get along very well
None of them
get along very well
I run across Susan yesterday
I didn't run across
Points: 20 points
You have to guess what country are we
For this we will give you some clues.
Each clue we give you will take away 2
points from the 20 points you can score.
1.It is located in the Southern Hemisphere between the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. It is the sixth biggest country in the world by landmass
2. Population: Around 22 million people
The main spoken language is English and the main religion Christianity.
3. Geography: Mountain ranges run from north to south along the east coast.
The western half of the continent is occupied by a desert plateau.
The Great Barrier Reef lies along the northeast coast.
4. Music: Some very known groups come from this country as AC/DC or Bee Gees and other singers as Olivia Newton John, Jason Donovan or Kylie Minogue.
5. Actors: There are also some famous actors from this country as Hugh
Jackman, Russel Crowe, Cate Blanchett or Nicole Kidman.
6. There are many different species of wildlife. Marsupials are the most successful, this group includes kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, Tasmanian wolves, Tasmanian devils, wombats, etc. There are also different species of birds as the cockatoo, kookaburra, the flightless emu and several types of parrots.
7. The capital of this country is Canberra
The most known and the largest city is Sidney.
The country is
UNDERSTANDING - 2 WORDS-VERBS
Points: 10 for each correct answer
We will read a text with many phrasal verbs.
You can write down the verbs you will hear and
discuss with your group mates what you think it
can be meaning in Spanish.
At the end of the reading, each group will be asked
for the meaning of some of the verbs.
If this group don't know it, other group can
answer and get the points.
An Old Man Looks Back On His Life
Mr. Jackson’s father had just
He had died of cancer. George had
him during the last night at the hospital. Both men knew that end was
, but the older man
“I am not unhappy, “he told his son. “Sometimes life has been difficult, but I usually
its problems. When I was a student, I
tried out for
the football team and didn’t meet with success. I
of high school for a year after that. I
fell in with
some young men who were rubbing people on the streets. We didn’t use real guns. We
with wooden guns that looked real. “The police arrested five of us and made us
at the station. They
people who had been robbed and asked them to
the robber. The boy who had done most of the robbing was not there. He had
. “one of the people picked out another boy and me, but of course we didn’t
that we were guilty. I promised myself that I
got out of
to school and never steal again. I’ve never
on that promise. “I
a lawyer several times, and at the trial the judge
let me off
with a warning. Back in school I worked hard and graduated, and then I
a job. A couple of years later I met your mother and we really
each other. I was ready to
and we got married. “Your mother always
me, even when times were hard and food was scarce. When I needed help, she always gave it to me. She never
. She was a wonderful woman, George. I
look back on
our years of marriage with no regrets. Sara and I always
like a team of good horses”. He was getting tired and was beginning to
, but he tried to keep talking. His son could hardly
the tears. “She was a wonderful, wonderful…” The old man’s voice faded, and his breathing suddenly stopped. George
1. passed away
Morir - Pasar a mejor vida
Pasar a mejor vida
2. sat up with
Quedarse junto a alguien
3. drawing near
4. kept on talking
5. faced up to
6. tried out
7. dropped out of
dejar de hacer
8. fell in with
8. held up
9. line up
ponerse en fila
10. called in
11. pick out
12. had gotten away
13. let on
decir, hacer ver
14. got out of
15. go back
16. let off
17. looked for
18. fell for
19. settle down
sentar la cabeza
20. stood by
21. hung back
22. look back
23. pulled together
25. hold back
24. drift off
26. rang for
llamar a alguien