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Jadranka Salopek
Osnovna skola Ante Kovacica, Zagreb, Croatia
Maria Dumitru
School 10 Focsani, Romania
Chained words

This game is also named "fazan" in Romanian. Number of players 5-10. The first player begins the game with one word, e. g. HOUSE. The second player must find a word beginning with the last 2 letters of the word "house" (SE), e.g. SENTENCE. And so on. Any player who does not find a word correctly is out of the game, e. g. CARE- RESTAURANT. (Do you know words beginning with "NT"?). The game may continue until there is one winner.

Maria Dumitru

Isn't it amazing? In Croatia we have the same game, and we call it KALADONT. Kaladont means toothpaste on Croatian, the rules are the same and the keyword is Kaladont, so words cannot end with letters ka because next player will say kaladont and that is the end of game! I'm always amazed that in different countries we play the same games! Doesn't it mean that we are all the same!

Jadranka Salopek


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