Countries and flags

So, I am officially halfway through my month challenge and I have to say it has been a lot more difficult then I expected.

Coming up with an activity a day is challenging. But on the pluss side the guys I work with are really happy to have the sheets.

Anyway this one is based on countries and nationalities the students use one sheet as a guide and then write sentences about the women in the picture on the second sheet. Simple and to the point its a nice little exercise at least in my opinion.

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