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    I need I another opinion on my grammer

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    Hi I need help with these questions as their killing me at this late hour. I would be grateful for a fresh million pair of eyes.

    Question 7 - What is a suitable context for presenting the adverbials of time in the present simple tense (often, never, sometimes, usually, etc)?

    Choose one answer.

    a. people discussing their favorite and less favorite pastimes
    b. people recollecting their childhood activities (I believe this is the answer)
    c. people discussing their plans for the next weekend

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    Question 8 - When a student repeats a new structure after you, what’s the best way to check if they really understand its meaning?

    Choose one answer.

    a. Ask the student concept questions (I believe this is the answer)
    b. Get the student to repeat it several more times
    c. Ask the student ‘do you understand what it means?’

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    Question 9 - To concept check the grammar of the sentence 'He had seen that film before', Jill asked her students 'Had he already seen that film?' Why was that question not helpful?

    Choose one answer.

    a. The question used the same grammatical structure as the original sentence.
    b. It was a yes/no question. (I believe this is the answer)
    c. The students didn't have enough information to answer the question.

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    Re: I need I another opinion on my grammer

    Quote Originally Posted by tonyheaney View Post
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    Hi I need help with these questions as their killing me at this late hour. I would be grateful for a fresh million pair of eyes.

    Question 7 - What is a suitable context for presenting the adverbials of time in the present simple tense (often, never, sometimes, usually, etc)?

    Choose one answer.

    a. people discussing their favorite and less favorite pastimes
    b. people recollecting their childhood activities (I believe this is the answer)
    c. people discussing their plans for the next weekend

    Which of the options talks generally about "now" and will use present simple?

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    Question 8 - When a student repeats a new structure after you, what’s the best way to check if they really understand its meaning?

    Choose one answer.

    a. Ask the student concept questions (I believe this is the answer)
    b. Get the student to repeat it several more times
    c. Ask the student ‘do you understand what it means?’

    I agree with your choice.

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    Question 9 - To concept check the grammar of the sentence 'He had seen that film before', Jill asked her students 'Had he already seen that film?' Why was that question not helpful?

    Choose one answer.

    a. The question used the same grammatical structure as the original sentence.
    b. It was a yes/no question. (I believe this is the answer)
    c. The students didn't have enough information to answer the question.

    Compare the grammar of the concept question to the grammar point being taught.
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