This is a very communicative and engaging way for students to practicing speaking using fruit vocabulary. Students work in groups of two and ask questions to try to figure out the answers that the other partner has decided on. Since the goal is to record information, the focus is on speaking and listening. Students ask yes/no questions in Spanish and also answer in complete sentences. When a student thinks that he/she has all of the answers, he/she can verify on his/her next turn. If something is not correct, the activity continues. This activity can be used many times because the pairings and answers can change each time.
Vocabulary: la naranja, el melocotÃ³n, la sandÃa, la manzana, el pomelo, la pera, la ciruela, la fresa, la cereza, la banana, las uvas, la piÃ±a.