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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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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This review is on behalf of a group of native Spanish speakers (from across Latin America - not just Mexico): Many references in this game are head scratchers. Read morePublished 14 days ago by A2N2
My fiancée is a Spanish teacher and LOVES this game. Got it for her as a gift, and the kids always cheer when she brings it out. I'd give it six stars if I could. Read morePublished 3 months ago by RockingReindeer
This I purchased as a gift for my sister who is a Spanish teacher, both her and her students love it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Karma553
Great for a Spanish speaking family. Extensive vocabulary. Lot's of humor in the cards. The only reason I didn't rate it with 5 stars was because some of the humor is a bit too... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dunia Fernandez
A lot of words sort of depend on your knowledge of Mexican culture. It's not always a bad thing, but makes
can bit difficult for my kids who have a solid knowledge of Spanish,... Read more
My students and the kids I babysit love this game. The sayings on the red cards are also good for historical facts, sayings, and fun tidbits and of course working on pronunciation... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Margie