“Volo/Nolo” is a game about forming simple sentences. Each sentence must begin with either “Volo” (I want to) or “Nolo” (I don’t want to) followed by a verb phrase and a prepositional phrase. Thus, you can create sentences such as “I don’t want to sing in the garden,” or “I want to annoy a bear next to the school.” The phrases are printed on the cards, so there is no struggling over grammar. You simply choose three phrases to construct a sentence. This game is designed to review 75 common words and phrases (you just can’t get enough review!) and to allow the students to actually SAY something in Latin, instead of just learning words and endings.