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  1. alohakate

    Help teaching plurals

    I am teaching a gentleman who has lived in the U.S. for over 15 years, but has problems remembering to say and write the "s" when speaking. For example:

    The group leader of the meeting all met to talk about progress.

    Our meeting are every week at 3:00 pm

    What kinds of exercises can I do to help him?



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    Re: Help teaching plurals

    I'd suggest drills. Parts of sentences given only. 15-30 of there for each person, and you might end up with an imprint in his mind. :)

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