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This would work well as a mingler sign game too. Have the students put 0 beside 5 requests and X beside 4 requests. They make pairs to practice the dialogue and each time pick a request. If their partner has a 0 they answer 'Yeah, sure' and sign the back of the paper. Then switch roles.
Sure, it wouldn't hurt to include that!
Thank you Jake-the-admin. If it helps at all the .exe file was generated locally (rather than beings something I found on a random page) but always better to be safe than sorry. I've seen MD5 and SHA1 checksum being provided and can look into including that for extra security?
It should be possible to add an .exe file as well, but since I haven't added automatic anti-virus scanning to the site yet, I'd encourage everyone to do a scan on the file before you run it! It's good to do that before running an executable file from a download.
At some point in the future, WebAssembly will probably be a good choice for this sort of thing, but it's still a pretty new technology.
Good thought. Or you could go with 'I think so too' or 'I don't think so'. Those expressions are taught in the junior high school 2nd and 3rd year textbooks.
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