I believe expressions like these are the absolute first step in learning any language. Even children can start having basic conversations from the very first class with common expressions. I usually use these cards in TPR (Total Phyisical Response) games and charades. You can also use them in pictionary style drawing games where children have to guess the word from a drawing.
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The full color images are B5 size (17.6 cm X 25 cm) and in PDF format. You will need the free Acrobat reader to view and print.The full color images are B5 size (17.6 cm X 25 cm) and in PDF format. You will need the free Acrobat reader to view and print.
English Expressions A Flash Cards Vocabulary
Here is a list of the expressions in this flash card set:
Here you are.
I don’t know.
One more time.
See you later.
English Expressions A Flash Cards Game Ideas and Tips
Most are self-explanatory. I added “cute” because Japanese children always say this when looking at picture books or stuffed animals. I added “it’s scary,” because children say this in block stacking games that I like to play in class. I also have a couple of toy snakes and a shark puppet that the kids love.