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based on a reusable genially by @ELEconLau
English Speaking Countries
1.- Roll the die. The highest roller goes first. 2.- Select one token and start in the hexagonal hub at the centre of the board. You can move in any direction around the track, either clockwise or counterclockwise. 3.- Whichever colour you land on, you will have to complete an activity. According to the colour, the activity will be related to one of these aspects: Grammar, Vocabulary, Speaking, Phonetics, Listening or English Speaking Countries. 4.- If you answer your question correctly, you can continue your turn by rolling the die again and moving that number of spaces. 5.- On each roll of the die, you can select which direction you want to move along the board. 6.- If you answer incorrectly, turn passes to the next player (usually the one on your left). 7.- Whenever you answer a category headquarters question correctly, click on the triangle with that colour and put that coloured wedge in your token. If you answer incorrectly, you must move out of that category before reentering and trying again to get that coloured piece. 8.- Once you have collected one scoring wedge in each colour, make your way to the hub and try to answer a game-winning question at the hub. You must land on the hub by exact count. Once you land there, the other players will choose the category of the game-winning question. If your answer is incorrect, you must wait for the next turn. Leave the hub, answer a question and try to enter again by exact count.
As in the classic version of Trivial Pursuit, questions are split into six categories, with each one having its own colour to readily identify them.