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SUBMITTED BY: Brent Warren


GRAMMAR: It..For..To:

EXAMPLE: It is hard for me to eat octopus.

DATE ADDED: October 17, 2013

Large Classes (16-39 Students)Ó


15-30 min.


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BRIEF OUTLINE: A fun game that can get the class really loud. Students begin by writing individually in groups. A representative from each group reads a random sentence, and students in the other groups try to guess who said it.




  1. Divide the class into groups of 4-5 students. Have the students make an "it/for/to" sentence by filling in the blanks with their own ideas.

    Draw a grid using numbers to represent the groups on the board like this:
    _ _ _
    - - -

    2.   Starting with group 1, each group has a representative stand up and read a random sentence. The other groups try to guess who made the sentence. If someone guesses correctly, put a point up on the board for their team.


  • I suggest going over this game with the Japanese teacher beforehand, because miscommunication has been a problem I've encountered in the past.

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