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MANZANAS con MANZANAS - El Juego De Comparaciones Graciosas

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  • Las manzanas a las manzanas son el juego de comparaciones hilarantes
  • Es tan fácil como comparando manzanas a las manzanas... apenas abra la caja, reparten las tarjetas, y usted es listo jugar
  • Seleccione la tarjeta de su mano que usted piense sea descrito lo más mejor posible por una tarjeta jugada por el juez
  • Incluye sobre 1.000 tarjetas
  • Cada uno redondo se llena de sorprender y de comparaciones indignantes de una amplia gama de la gente, de lugares, de cosas y de acontecimientos
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Product Description

Mattel Manzanas Con Manzanas Game - Mattel N5878.

From the Manufacturer

JUEGO DE FIESTA MANZANAS CON MANZANAS — ¡El juego de comparaciones graciosas! ¡El divertido juego de fiesta con el que se divertirán al instante de cuatro a diez jugadores! Es tan fácil como comparar manzanas con manzanas... ¡abre la caja, reparte las cartas y que empiece la diversión! Selecciona la carta de tu mano que crees que mejor describe la carta que jugó el juez. Si el juez escoge tu carta, tú ganas esa ronda. ¡A todos les toca hacer el papel de juez! Cada ronda está llena de sorprendentes y cómicas comparaciones de una amplia gama de personajes, lugares, cosas y eventos. ¡Rápido y refrescante, MANZANAS CON MANZANAS es ideal para cualquier reunión familiar o de amigos! El juego incluye más de 1000 cartas. APPLES TO APPLES PARTY BOX The Game of Hilarious Comparisons!: The wild, award-winning card and party game that provides instant fun for four to ten players! It is as easy as comparing apples to apples... just open the box, deal the cards, and you are ready to play! Select the card from your hand that you think is best described by a card played by the judge. If the judge picks your card, you win that round. And everyone gets a chance to be the judge! Each round is filled with surprising and outrageous comparisons from a wide range of people, places, things and events. Fast moving and refreshing, APPLES to APPLES is perfect for any get together with family and friends! The Party Box comes complete with over 1,000 cards.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 10.5 x 2.5 x 10.5 inches
Item Weight 3.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B0026MS07K
Item model number N5878
Manufacturer recommended age 12 - 15 years
Best Sellers Rank #164,390 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#4,555 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
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By C. Meyer on December 28, 2009
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This game has been popular in my home in the English version. But now that I'm a brand new Spanish teacher, I was thrilled when I found out it came in Spanish, too! It's great for days when the students are wound up just before a holiday break. They can take a break from the stress of academics, have some fun, and still be using Spanish. This game is nothing more than a bunch of nouns and a bunch of adjectives. Everyone gets 5-7 noun cards, then someone puts down an adjective card. Each player has to pick a noun card out of their hand that they think would most likely be described by the adjective card. The "judge" for that round gets to pick the noun card he or she thinks is the closest and the winner gets to keep the adjective card as a way of counting points. Because even my fellow Spanish teachers and I didn't know every word written in the Spanish edition, I went through and divided all the cards into two piles, words my students wouldn't know yet and words they know or should know. I teach second year Spanish and they were really surprised at how much they could figure out. I divided the class into groups of about 5 or 6 and each group got a stack of cards. Because of a delayed start and an assembly, we only had about 20 minutes at the most for each class, so this was a fun way to spend time in class using Spanish.
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I am a Spanish teacher and my students (Advanced and AP levels) love the original version in English, so I thought to try the Spanish version. How disappointing! Many of the red cards have either Mexican slang or references to Mexican idioms or Mexican characters, (some very obscure: a comedian from the 1950's?)I am from Latin America and I could not understand many of the references to Mexican lore. Please don't get me wrong, I respect Mexican culture as part of the Hispanic Culture and this may be a fabulous game to play if you can relate to its contents 100%; my point is that for non-Mexicans, the vernacular references are obscure to the point of making no sense at all. My opinion is that this game would not be very useful as a classroom tool. It would be rather frustrating, specially if you found the original version fun.
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This game is really fun and educational. I have never played the English version, but my advanced Spanish classes really enjoyed it. There were a lot of words and references that I had to take out because they were obscure and very difficult for the students. Some difficult words and expressions could be a good thing because they learn from them, but too many made the game move too slow and it wasn't fun anymore. If you are using this game with a class, I would suggest keeping dictionaries on hand!
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Great game to play with friends, students and at get-togethers. I bought the Spanish edition for my classes and the version has a lot of slang words that are not even in the dictionary. One can weed out these types of cards and still have a great game, though.
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I bought this as a vocabulary tool/game for my classroom. My students love it, and the cards give them great reading practice as well.

Note to teachers interested in using this game: some of the noun cards are pretty obscure, even my native Spanish speakers struggled with a few. Also, some of the noun cards are not entirely school-appropriate. Overall this can be great in a classroom--just look through the cards first and remove the ones that you don't want to use.
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I bought this game since my parents and sister-in-law prefer Spanish over English. Everyone in my family loved it! I hadn't seen my parents laugh that hard in awhile. The first game we played, my mom sat out because she was cooking while the rest of us played at a table nearby. Lets just say food took a little longer to get ready because my mom kept having to stop because she was laughing so hard over listening our game. Obviously the next game we played she joined us.

What I loved about the game is that I was able to get my parents included in a game and seeing them enjoy it so much. The only comment I have is that well I am Mexican but was born and raised in the States. My siblings and I know Spanish pretty well and we sometimes struggled at knowing what some of the words were. My parents and sister-in-law who are more proficient in Spanish than we are helped us out sometimes but other times they were also stumped. Granted, these were only a few set of cards. What I also enjoyed were all the references to slang and hispanic TV shows. It's more Spanish that you would hear someone talk versus the "proper" Castellano used in Spain so I understand the other comments related to people using the game in Spanish classes and people being confused at the cards.
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I love this game in English so I bought it to take for my family in South America. I was disappointed to see that it was about Mexican culture and celebrities and had no connection to life in other Spanish speaking countries. The game was stored and has not been taken out in at least 2 years.
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I bought this game to take to Mexico with me on vacation to visit family, and my cousins loved it! This game has some of the same words that the English version has (in Spanish of course) but it also has phrases, words, and things that are only found in Mexico or are staple items. One of the words was limes (limones) as well as Tortilla Pan (Tomal). Overall it is a great game and is well received in the Spanish community :)
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