Write in yes or no questions in the empty boxes on the left, then ask the questions to your students. The students have to try and guess what is the correct answer by placing a bet from $200 imaginary dollars they have. To make the game more interesting, ask questions about people the students know, such as, "Does Ms. Smith (your teacher) enjoy singing songs?"
If the students get the answer correct, they win what they bet, but if they get it wrong, they lose what they bet! Allow students to get "loans" from friends if they go bankrupt. Sometimes it is also good to set a limit on how much can be bet. It can also be fun to allow students to write some of the questions.
This is a good game for ESL or EFL students to help practice creating questions and answers.
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