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    Clauses and Phrases

    Hello! What's an exciting way to teach Phrases and Clauses to a Year 12 student?

    Cheers!

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    Re: Clauses and Phrases

    Quote Originally Posted by RAFYEL View Post
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    Hello, and welcome.

    Quote Originally Posted by RAFYEL View Post
    What's an exciting way to teach phrases and clauses to a Year-12 student?
    I'm not sure I understand what you mean. Are you talking about the syntactic difference between a phrase and a clause, or about commonly used phrases?

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    Re: Clauses and Phrases

    I have never gotten excited about either phrases or clauses. However, I am willing to entertain the idea.
    Not a professional teacher

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    Re: Clauses and Phrases

    Quote Originally Posted by teechar View Post
    Are you talking about the syntactic difference between a phrase and a clause, or about commonly used phrases?
    And can any of these differences get the blood flowing?

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