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Hi everybody!

I like using Flippitybecause It allows you to create different types of games such us: bingo, memory, wheel spinning. Normally, they play before starting a new topic in order to introduce the new vocabulary or even when we need review previous an exam. The most interesting is that the memory game offers us audio with the words and when we do competitions and they repit it again and again they are learning the visual word with the sound and it is really usefull. 



Another website that I like is Kahoot but now it is not possible use because my group of students are young children.

Montserrat Díez


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