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Sentence Agreement
Sentence Agreement Subjects must agree with verbs and pronouns must agree with antecedents. The basic rule of sentence agreement is really quite simple: A subjec…
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Want Speaking Practice - Teach Your English Language Learner

Most EFL or foreign language learners start shouting responses right away.Our group got 14.We have 29.Oh no, we only found eight.I make a game out of it, pitting small groups of EFL learners against each other in an effort to come up with the most.The English as a foreign language (EFL) class group consists of 20 students aged 20 to 22 in their fourth or fifth university semester. Regardless of the faculty from Accounting and Business to Law, Medicine, Nursing or Orthodontics, and even with adult independent student class groups, they all love the game. In fact, language learners of other foreign languages like Italian, French, German, Japanese and Spanish swear by the game too.The GameLearners are organized into small groups of four to five. A picture, drawing or photo of a strange, unknown is projected or posted. They must then brainstorm as many possible uses for the item as they can. After an interval of ten to twelve minutes or so I have them tall the number of uses theyve been able to come up with. Members of the winning group then receive a small prize or reward. Ones I like to give out are little cellophane-wrapped candies, a bag of M

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