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Where do I come from?
Cuba

Brazil

Russia

Continent - North America


Currency - peso
Capital - Havana

Continent - South America


Currency - real
Capital - Brasilia

Continent - Europe & Asia


Currency - ruble
Capital - Moscow

Saudi Arabia

Egypt

India

Continent - Asia
Currency - riyal
Capital - Riyadh

Continent - Africa
Currency - pound
Capital - Cairo

Kenya

Continent - Asia
Currency - rupee
Capital - New Delhi

Peru

Continent - Africa
Currency - shilling
Capital - Nairobi

Continent - South America


Currency - nuevo sol
Capital - Lima

Turkey

China
Continent - Asia
Currency - yuan
Capital - Beijing

Greece

Continent - Europe & Asia


Currency - lira
Capital - Ankara
Jamaica

Continent - Europe
Currency - euro
Capital - Athens

Canada
Continent - North America
Currency - dollar
Capital - Ottawa

Syria

Continent - North America


Currency - dollar
Capital - Kingston
South Africa
Continent - Africa
Currency - rand
Capital - Pretoria

Continent - Asia
Currency - pound
Capital - Damascus

Continent - Europe
Currency - pound
Capital - London

The USA
Continent - North America
Currency - dollar
Capital - Washington, D.C.

Thailand

England

Japan
Continent - Asia
Currency - yen
Capital - Tokyo

Germany

Continent - SE Asia
Currency - baht
Capital - Bangkok

Continent - Europe
Currency - euro
Capital - Berlin

Vietnam
Continent - SE Asia
Currency - dong
Capital - Hanoi

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Where do I come from?
In this group activity, students play a guessing game to practice countries and nationalities.
Before class, make one copy of the worksheet for each group of three and cut as indicated.
Procedure
Begin the activity by picking a country that is not on the cards, e.g. Italy.
Explain to the students that they are going to play a guessing game to practice countries and
nationalities. Tell them to listen and work out your country and nationality.
Make three sentences about your chosen country that covers the same information that is on
the cards. As you speak, write the sentences on the board.
Example:
I come from a country in Europe.
The currency is the euro.
The capital is Rome.
Elicit the answers and write them on the board, e.g. You come from Italy. You are Italian.
If the students dont guess the answer, give an extra clue, e.g. My country is famous for
spaghetti and pizza.
Next, put the students into groups of three and give each group a set of shuffled cards. Tell
the students to place the cards face down in a pile.
Students take turns to pick up a card and make sentences. Remind them not to let the other
students see their card.
Encourage the students to use full sentences and follow the written example on the board.
The first student in the group to guess the answer, giving both the country and the
nationality, wins the card.
The winner is the student with the most cards at the end of the game.

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