Hello, Tdol! And thank you for the question.

Our older learners had in their arms written explanations of the rout e they needed to follow. There were thick descriptions of the terrain written in a rather extended English language that contained phrases with diverse sentence structures.

However, we remarked that learners singled out simple words like ‘turn’, ‘left’, ‘right’, ‘turn’ etc. These very words helped them to find the right way. Our older students did not try to read the whole description and understand its full meaning.

So, they seemed to be guided more by simple words than by detailed descriptions written with the help of various syntactical structures of the sentences.