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    teaching english

    Dear Teachers,

    There's been a reqest from some of my office colleguages to teach them some English as they beleive I can do that. Of course I too feel that I can give it a fair try, but was just wondering the best way to start and proceed. I'm thinking of the following order:

    -Word classes
    -Present tenses
    -Past tenses
    -future tenses
    -passive
    -modal verbs
    -conditional sentenses

    May I know whether this order will work? and I would be immensely grateful if you would kindly suggest a better way.

    Kind Regards
    Udara

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    Re: teaching english

    In order to help you more efficiently it would help to know the level of English (if any) they have just now and what they want to achieve - what purpose will learning English serve for them?
    Last edited by jamiep; 30-Aug-2008 at 00:25. Reason: spelling - oops

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    Re: teaching english

    And why do you focus so much on grammar?

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