This is a very basic exercise which serves to make yourself familiar with the following sounds:
- [ć] as in cat
- [a:] as in father
- [eI] as in name
In order to play this game (either alone or with a partner) you need to print out this word document, which contains a number of domino strips that you need to cut across so that each domino has two words on it (see above). As in normal dominoes, like pairs must be put together. So, for example, ‘saw’ can be put next to ‘law’. If playing with a peer, take turns to put the dominoes onto a table.
If you want to make sure that you put together the right words, have a look here.