Take it in turns to explain the words to your partners. Turn the pages to see the word you should explain.
Your partners will ask you about the word. Instead of the verb, use "BLEEP". For example, they could ask you "How often to you BLEEP at work?" and the answer would be "I BLEEP every morning.", or: "Do you need special equipment for BLEEPING?" and the answer could be "To BLEEP properly, I need a headset.", etc.
Please make sure you use BLEEP to ensure to practise grammar structures such as different verb tenses, questions, the gerund, etc.
By asking good questions and giving informative answers, you will find out the BLEEP word in no time :-).