How to teach yourself Spanish with KLOO Games go to
KLOO is the award winning card game that helps you to teach yourself Spanish as you play. In this video we show how to play Squeeze Box – a solitaire card game for one person for building Spanish vocabulary and learning words. KLOO provides fun and educational games for learning languages.With each deck of KLOO cards you can play lots of language games (see our other videos ). Ideal for studying French or Spanish or as MFL resources for use on courses and in lessons. You can easily build Spanish sentences and phrases too. KLOO – the fun way to learn Spanish.
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00:20 A game for one person to teach yourself Spanish
00:35 Aim of the game
00:38 How to start and deal cards
01:02 Translating Spanish words
01:10 If you cannot translate – look for clues
01:22 Have a fun game
TRANSCRIPT OF KLOO SQUEEZE BOX VIDEO
How to play Squeeze Box. This is a game to teach yourself Spanish. It’s very simple, but requires skill and concentration.
You have to try and get all of the cards face-up into a single pile. Play starts with a deck of face-down cards. Cards are turned over to face up one at a time. Each card is placed to the right of the one played before. The aim is to get all the cards into one face-up pile. If the card is the same colour as any of the three cards to the left of it, it can be placed on top of that card, but only if you can translate both Spanish words, like here with these blue cards.
But what about these red ones? If you can’t translate, keep playing and keep looking for clues. You can also just match off two cards while one card has the translation of the other.
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