A Concentration Problem: Using Should For Giving Advice

A Concentration Problem: Using Should For Giving Advice

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A Concentration Problem: Using Should For Giving Advice

Rules:

Mix up all the cards. Place them upside down on the table in front of you. They should not be on top of each other. One person should turn over two cards so both players can see them. If they are both problem cards (P) or both action cards (A), the cards must be turned upside down again. If the two cards are different (one P card and one A card), the speaker must try to use them to make a short problem and advice dialog. However, not all P and A cards match well. The speaker must also say why the advice is good. If the dialog is OK,the player can keep those two cards. If a dialog can't be made, then the cards are returned to the table upside down.