A very basic worksheet with three conditional questions. (The sentences are repeated twice on the worksheet for cutting out convenience.) Within a group of students, hand out slips of paper with questions on them, ensuring that every student gets one of each question. Let them read the questions and then give them an example answer with one of the questions. Give them time to fill in their answers without looking at each others. Feel free to join in on the game yourself and encourage creative answers.When they are done filling in their answers, get them to fold up the pieces of paper and throw them in the middle of a desk/room. When everyone is done, tell them to grab three slips of paper each, ensuring that they don't get their own.Get them to read the question and answer written down, and then they have to try and guess who wrote the answer. Take turns going around in a circle, reading one slip of paper each. Have fun! *Note: Credit goes entirely to person who originally came up with this idea. I just put the questions on a document and added pictures.