Countries and Nationalities- Speaking Game

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

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Published: 24th May 2009

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Countries nationalities definitions speaking game

Choose one of the squares below and try to explain what it is without saying the name. Stop after each 
sentence. The first sentence must include just the nationality, e.g. “She is Scottish”

David Beckham

Baseball

Kangaroo

Playstation Portable 

(PSP)

Mini

Mercedes Benz

Pokemon

Xbox

Coca Cola

Sumo

Bulldog

Kiwi

Wallaby

Koala

Rafael Nadal

Real Madrid

Man U (=Manchester 

United)

Chelsea

Cristiano Ronaldo

Nintendo Wii

One Piece

Panda

Nessie (= the Loch Ness 

monster)

Kimchi

MacDonald’s

KFC (= Kentucky Friend 

Chicken)

Baskin Robbins

Ferrari

Subway 

Taekwondo 

Karate 

Samsung 

Sony 

iPod 

Nike 

Adidas 

Hamburger 

Spaghetti/ macaroni/ 

pasta 

Golf 

Football/ soccer

Swatch (Switzerland)

Honda (Japan)

Kellogg’s 

The Red Sox 

Yamaha 

Pocari Sweat 

Yakult 

Cadbury’s 

Winnie the Pooh 

Bic 

Kit Kat 

Maple syrup 

Pixar

Disneyland

Lego

Tulip

Nestle

Manneken Pis 

Sushi

Harry Potter

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2009

Countries nationalities definitions speaking game
Choose one of the squares below and try to explain what it is without saying the name. Stop after each 
sentence. The first sentence must include just the nationality, e.g. “She is Scottish”

David Beckham (UK)

Baseball (USA)

Kangaroo (Australia)

Playstation Portable 

(PSP- Japan)

Mini (UK)

Mercedes Benz 

(Germany)

Pokemon (Japan)

Xbox (USA)

Coca Cola (USA)

Sumo (Japan)

Bulldog (UK)

Kiwi (New Zealand)

Wallaby (Australia)

Koala (Australia)

Rafael Nadal (Spain)

Real Madrid (Spain)

Man U (=Manchester 

United- UK)

Chelsea (UK)

Cristiano Ronaldo 

(Portugal)

Nintendo Wii (Japan)

One Piece (Japan)

Panda (China)

Nessie (= the Loch Ness 

monster- Scotland)

Kimchi (Korea)

MacDonald’s (USA)

KFC (= Kentucky Friend 

Chicken- USA)

Baskin Robbins (USA)

Ferrari (Italy)

Subway (USA)

Taekwondo (Korea)

Karate (Japan)

Samsung (Korea)

Sony (Japan)

iPod (USA)

Nike (USA)

Adidas (Germany)

Hamburger (USA)

Spaghetti/ macaroni/ 

pasta (Italy)

Golf (Scotland)

Football/ soccer (UK)

Swatch (Switzerland)

Honda (Japan)

Kellogg’s (USA)

The Red Sox (USA)

Yamaha (Japan)

Pocari Sweat (Japan)

Yakult (Japan)

Cadbury’s (UK)

Winnie the Pooh (UK)

Bic (France)

Kit Kat (UK)

Maple syrup (Canada)

Pixar (USA)

Disneyland (USA)

Lego (Denmark)

Tulip (Holland/ The 

Netherlands)

Nestle (Switzerland)

Manneken Pis (Belgium)

Sushi (Japan)

Harry Potter (UK)

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2009

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