5 Board Games for Practising English

Board games for intermediate English speakers that make you work hard, but let you have fun.
  1. Taboo

    Taboo A fast-paced game where you describe words for your teammates to guess.

    When you don’t know, or can’t think of the word you need, finding other ways of saying it is an important skill; so is thinking in English quickly, and Taboo can really help with both of these.

    £17.99 from 365games.co.uk

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  2. Cluedo

    Cluedo An iconic detective game where players try to solve a murder.

    Wonderful for building sentences, creating questions and putting your language skills into practice.

    £19.59 from 365games.co.uk

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  3. Monopoly

    Monopoly Collect properties and try to bankrupt your opponents in this classic game.

    Great for numbers, learning famous place names and a bit of reading, but also perfect for putting your English into practice with discussions and negotiations.

    £22.49 from 365games.co.uk

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  4. Settlers of Catan

    Settlers of Catan Develop your own island settlement in this strategy and trade game.

    Negotiations and conversations are key to this game, so you get plenty of speaking practice, along with some vocabulary.

    £30.99 from 365games.co.uk

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  5. Say Anything

    Say Anything Answer silly questions and guess which answers the ‘judge’ likes best.

    This will have you talking, arguing and debating in English, as well as learning new words.

    £19.49 from 365games.co.uk

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