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The videogames; crossing the borders of language.

As far back as I can remember, the first English words I became familiar with were "Ready", "Start", "Win","Play" , back then with the new Nintendo 64. I remember that my older brother wanted it as a gift. It was finally his birthday and my dad had consulted me to find out what my brother might like. Of course the first thing that came to mind was the device. I still remember my brother's face when he tore off the packaging.

For many children, video games were the first English teachers. Learning almost involuntarily. Following instructions or clues to complete missions. We are aware that learning, fun and entertainment are not at odds with each other.

That is why in our courses we have implemented activities and games as a learning tool through gamification.

!Learning should not be boring!

We leave you this memory game so you can practice verbs in the present and simple past in English.

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