This is a very fun game to play with adult students to practice using present conditional. The cards provided in the handout should be cut apart. Each student takes a turn drawing a card at random reading the situation aloud. In a smaller group, each student must answer with what they would do. In a bigger class, teacher could choose five or so students to say what they would do. I find it is very effective to play the devil's advocate when the students present their opinion (it motivates them to talk more). This is adapted from the game cards found in the old board game "A Question of Scruples" for which there is no up-to-date version (the original game is very politically incorrect at times). Enjoy!