A free English-speaking club located in Chelyabinsk, Russia

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Development of communication skills games

Communication has always been significant in a person's life and personal development, it is the same human need as water and food. So, if you are tired after work or study, if another job is waiting for you at home or the Internet is waiting for you there, let’s communicate, come and relax, play plenty and have fun!!!

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Christmas

Let's have fun like this is the last meeting of the year (as a matter of fact, it is)! We will have Christmas-themed games and funny competitions, and of course, the Christmas baking contest! No need to register, just bring your homemade treats to the meeting, and we'll taste and vote for them during the tea break. The winner gets a Chremmy!

Also, if you are a Secret Santa, do not forget your gifts!

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Creativity and Thinking Out of The Box

In this interactive presentation, you are going to discover how to generate creative ideas and think out of the box, and maybe you'll even be able come up with a proof to just about anything in the world.

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Three Games

We're going to play three small brand new games we never played before. The rules are secret yet but they are simple and the games don't require any special skills or analytical mind. They're probably more about intuition.

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The Hat Game Championship

This game is about explaining as many famous names as possible to your partner within a limited period of time. The names are traditionally written on folded pieces of paper and put inside a hat.

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Thanksgiving Day

...The Pilgrims were not in good condition. They were living in dirt-covered shelters, there was a shortage of food, and nearly half of them had died during the winter. They obviously needed help and the two men were a welcome sight. Squanto, who probably knew more English than any other Indian in North America at that time, decided to stay with the Pilgrims for the next few months and teach them how to survive in this new place. He brought them deer meat and beaver skins. He taught them how to cultivate corn and other new vegetables and how to build Indian-style houses. He pointed out poisonous plants and showed how other plants could be used as medicine. He explained how to dig and cook clams, how to get sap from the maple trees, use fish for fertilizer, and dozens of other skills needed for their survival.

By the time fall arrived things were going much better for the Pilgrims, thanks to the help they had received. The corn they planted had grown well. There was enough food to last the winter. They were living comfortably in their Indian-style wigwams and had also managed to build one European-style building out of squared logs. This was their church. They were now in better health, and they knew more about surviving in this new land. The Pilgrims decided to have a thanksgiving feast to celebrate their good fortune. They had observed thanksgiving feasts in November as religious obligations in England for many years before coming to the New World.

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Adult Language Games

Do you believe that language learning games are for little kids? Tonight, Anna will prove you wrong with her advanced language games. Don't miss them!

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Our 6th Birthday!

No descriptions. Just come and enjoy!

Presentation: Chess

Do you know what the chess pieces are called in English? Would you tell me how many unique combinations they form on the chess board? Would you care for a party? If you don't know the game, we'll teach you. Let's talk about chess!

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Table Game Evening

Speak Freely owns several fantastic games such as Scrabble, The Settlers of Catan, Mafia, Taboo, Cards Against Humanity, a 52-piece deck of regular playing cards, a Twister set, and a jumping rope, and we don't use them as often as we maybe should. To fix this situation, here is a Table Games Evening where you can get acquainted with the games and play some of them alone, with a partner, or as a part of the group. Join in!