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ESL forum > Games, activities and teaching ideas > Name-it contest (March 4th)    

Name-it contest (March 4th)



oumsalsabil
Algeria

Name-it contest (March 4th)
 
Thank you isa.
Here is the new object for the Name-IT contest. Looking forward to hearing funny, creative and witty names for it. Good luck everybody.
 

4 Mar 2014      



edrodmedina
United States

This is a CATCHA-WA. Ed

4 Mar 2014     



ascincoquinas
Portugal

umbrella - frog catcher @ very common thousands of years ago. Actually there´s a reference to this object on the OLD Testament during plagues.

4 Mar 2014     



mohamedthabet
Tunisia

piprella

4 Mar 2014     



kons
Morocco


 what not rain water saverella? 

4 Mar 2014     



cunliffe
United Kingdom

It´s an umbridoglioacquilogio. Pronounced ´umbreedolyoaqeelojo. ´ It´s for collecting rain water and spilling it over the last person who annoyed you. If the water is really freezing, so much the better. 

4 Mar 2014     



isa2
Austria

It ´s a SKIRTUBRELLA.
(skirts up umbrella)

4 Mar 2014     



alien boy
Japan

It´s a personal, portable cooling device for Japanese summers!

We call it the ´Ame-brella´. 雨 (pronounced ´uh - meh´) is Japanese for rain!

First, it provides shade with the umbrella.
Second, you can pump vigorously on the water bladder to create a fountain of cool, hydrating mist.
Third, you won´t get wet (you can keep wearing your business or party attire with confidence) because of the umbrella shade!
Fourth, it´s water-wise... you recycle your fountain water because you catch it in your umbrella!

I can´t wait to get my ´Ame-brella´ ready for the next Japanese summer!

4 Mar 2014     



sarguero
Spain

It ´s an ALLERBMU for topsy-turvy people. Wacko

5 Mar 2014