Go Fish: Food (Like/Favorite Grammar)

Go Fish: Food (Like/Favorite Grammar)

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Go Fish is a card game where 5-7 cards are dealt to each student (typically 2-4 people).  The remaining cards are shuffled and placed face down between the students.  Students hold their cards so they are able to see them, but that no one else can see them. Before starting the game, all of the players put any pairs of 4 matching cards they may happen to have in their hand down and may earn a point for each pair. The teacher may designate who starts or use a method such as 'rock, scissor, paper'. Students begin play by asking another student "Do you have a ____", phrases or question related to the target language being studied, or the dialogue provided with the cue card provided in this Go Fish card set (the affirmative answer).  The card the student requests should be from set of one of the cards the player has in their hand. If the student has the card(s), they must give them to the student. If the student does not have the card they say "Go Fish!", phrases or question related to the target language being studied, or the dialogue provided with the cue card provided in this Go Fish card set (the negative answer). The student must then pick a single card from the deck of face down cards.  If they make a pair, they place it down and earn a point or points. If a student runs out of cards, they pick five from the deck of face down cards. The player who has the most points or sets wins!
Go Fish is a card game where 5-7 cards are dealt to each student (typically 2-4 people).  The remaining cards are shuffled and placed face down between the students.  Students hold their cards so they are able to see them, but that no one else can see them. Before starting the game, all of the players put any pairs of 4 matching cards they may happen to have in their hand down and may earn a point for each pair. The teacher may designate who starts or use a method such as 'rock, scissor, paper'. Students begin play by asking another student "Do you have a ____", phrases or question related to the target language being studied, or the dialogue provided with the cue card provided in this Go Fish card set (the affirmative answer).  The card the student requests should be from set of one of the cards the player has in their hand. If the student has the card(s), they must give them to the student. If the student does not have the card they say "Go Fish!", phrases or question related to the target language being studied, or the dialogue provided with the cue card provided in this Go Fish card set (the negative answer). The student must then pick a single card from the deck of face down cards.  If they make a pair, they place it down and earn a point or points. If a student runs out of cards, they pick five from the deck of face down cards. The player who has the most points or sets wins!

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