#EngGame is about “types of people”. Hmm.. How to join this game? Well, I guess it’s best to give you an example. Here it is…
Here is the example question: Someone who does not eat meat or fish.
- A person you work with; a fellow-worker.
- A man who is not married, or who has never been married.
- A woman whose husband is dead.
- A person who is paid to work for someone else.
- A famous person, especially an entertainer, TV or film star.
- Someone you know, but who is not a close friend.
- A child whose parents are both dead.
- Someone who sees a crime being committed.
- One of two children born to the same mother at almost the same time.
- A person or company that employs workers.
- Someone who lives next door to you or near you.
- Someone who travels and visits places (often foreign countries) for pleasure.
- Someone who is against you in a fight or a game.
- Someone who betrays their country or friends by working for an enemy.
- Someone who loves to discuss and pass on news or rumours about other people’s private lives.
- An unusually talented or clever person.
- One of the the owners of a business who shares the profits and losses.
- A person who represents his or her country abroad.
- Someone who travels on foot, especially in an area where there are also cars.
- Someone who helps another person to commit a crime.
Source: Vocabulary Games and Activities 1 New Edition by Peter Watcyn-Jones