This is a partner speaking activity which helps students internalize complex grammar structures.
Each student receives a card: Student A and Student B.
Student A reads the first clue.
Student B scans their answer column and reads the answer.
Student B then reads the next clue which is always directly across from the previous answer.
Student A then scans their answer column and reads aloud the answer, and then subsequently reads the next clue, which is across from the answer.
Students go back and forth until student A reads the last answer. Then, students switch cards.
Students keep going until they get faster and faster at identifying the answers. Eventually, they internalize the language structures and can apply them to other verbs, situations, and contexts.