Use ordinary playing field OFLAMERON for the use of grammar. Players roll dice and move the chips across the cells of the playing field.
For each letter in the cell, the player must name a foreign word (the word must not be repeated). Illustration example - the letter |B|. Player calls out the word |BOOK|. The next player has to name an ADJECTIVE for the word |BOOK|
For example, an |INTERESTING|
For the right foreign word adjective and players score points according to the number of letters in the words.
(c) by Valery V Shmeleff
Use special playing field for learning foreign languages.
Each player is given a card. The player needs to make from ADJACENT LETTERS as much as possible of foreign words. You can use adjacent letters HORIZONTALLY and VERTICALLY.
The game uses a system of bonuses. One prize is given to the student who made more foreign words. The second prize goes to the player, in foreign words which are used more letters.