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    How would one teach word order to a toastmasters group of adults who are predominately from the far east? I am really asking about teaching syntax.

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    Default Re: grammarian at Toastmasters

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    How would one teach word order to a toastmasters group of adults who are predominately from the far east? I am really asking about teaching syntax.
    I won't bother addressing Mr or Ms Unregistered. Has anyone noticed the sponsored links at the foot of the post? The 'question' (well, it's got a question mark at the end, although I doubt very much whether the asker is interested in an answer) is presumaby designed to get readers thinking about 'toastmasters'. So I won't say more - it's only playing into their hands.

    b
    PS The adverb they're looking for is 'predominaNtly'.

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