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Board/card games with Americans

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Board/card games with Americans

Postby JamesMovieFanatic » 18 Dec 2014, 04:00

If anyone is interested in hanging out with Americans playing board games such as Caverna, Cosmic Encounter, Letters from White Chapel, Avatar, Resistance Avalon, etc, etc. Let me know. We prefer English speaking folks, and not limited to Americans only. There are some Taiwanese friends that play this game too and we don't mind either, although I think they are also trying to learn English by hanging out with us. I personally am fluent in Chinese as well but prefer my native tongue. :) If you have games we don't have and are intriguing, we'll also be down with that (always good for a first try..)
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Re: Board/card games with Americans

Postby natahem » 31 Dec 2014, 10:55

Hey, in which area do you usually play?
But I'm not American, I'm French (but my English is not too bad I think)
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