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i agree that it is essential to teach grammar, but i think that it is very important to let the students decide when and how they want to learn grammar. i don’t think that every class has to teach grammar and i think that students should be given the opportunity to decide when and how they wish to learn grammar.
i am a french native speaker and i am preparing a grammar book for my students. i know how to write and how to speak but i am a bit confused about grammar. i have a problem to know how to express certain things ( grammar points ) because the grammar points i don’t understand.
i would like to express the following points :
1/ do you use “l’idée” or “l’idée”?
2/ what is “non, je ne me souviens pas”?
3/ what is “il y a”?
4/ what is “une bonne chance”?
5/ what is “dans ce cas, j’apprécie”?
6/ what is “je regrette”?
7/ what is “on n’est pas si mal”?
8/ what is “je ne suis pas si mal”?
9/ what is “on est prêt”?
10/ what is “je doute que cela soit possible”?
the answer to this question is simple: could be a verb in simple past form, could be past continuous form or conditional participle, could be imperative, could be conditional form, etc. for example: i wish the class was over by now. i want the class to be over by now. i don’t wish the class to be over by now. i wish the class could be over by now.
i like grammar and english, i read grammar school books to learn grammar and grammar books to study the grammar in english. the course i taken is english for communication, i like english, but i can’t read english, because i want to study further, can i study further in english?
Many resources are available to help develop ability in grammar, including programmes like Rosetta Stone. If you are studying a formal course, you can find a lot of formal grammars as textbooks available for purchase or borrowing. However, the student must remember that these are teaching tools and not grammatical textbooks.
When learning a language, students must not only learn the grammar, but also possess the skills to use grammar. Knowing grammar is only a necessary but not sufficient condition for learning a language. Students should also be encouraged to learn language socially and contextually, which will enable them to use language in daily situations.
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If this is incorrect, in what way does it correct or add clarity to the sentence? Look at this example: It goes on to say: The first sentence is correct because it uses the word ate instead of the word is.If this is incorrect, in what way does it correct or add clarity to the sentence? Look at this example: It goes on to say: The first sentence is correct because it uses the word ate instead of the word is.Part (d) is not correct. You are given the choice of the following alternatives in (d): a.You should be clear that to complete the sentence, you need to use the word said instead of the word be.Be is a finite verb, so the infinitive form of the verb needs to be used. To do this, you need to use the word said to make the sentence a finite verb, because said is an auxiliary verb.So the correct answer to (d) is: The first sentence is incorrect because it uses the word said instead of the word be. If you don’t understand the infinitive form of a verb, see the English Grammar section of the English Grammar course at Purdue for more information on it.