Constant effort is required to understand, produce and manipulate the target language.
Well-chosen games are invaluable as they give students a break and at the same time allow students to practise language skills.
However, in order to achieve the most from vocabulary games, it is essential that suitable games are chosen.
Whenever a game is to be conducted, the number of students, proficiency level, cultural context, timing, learning topic, and the classroom settings are factors that should be taken into account.' ' In conclusion, learning vocabulary through games is one effective and interesting way that can be applied in any classrooms.
The results of this research suggest that games are used not only for mere fun, but more importantly, for the useful practice and review of language lessons, thus leading toward the goal of improving learners' communicative competence.' * Games are fun and children like to play them.
Through games children experiment, discover, and interact with their environment.
If it is accepted that games can provide intense and meaningful practice of language, then they must be regarded as central to a teacher's repertoire.