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April 7, 2021

1.1 Level 2 Skill Check Subject-Verb Agreement

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The activity allows for a simple differentiation between levels based on your output assessment, and works well as a main activity for beginners or a fun warm-up for 1/2 level learners. Use correct grammar, z.B. subject-verb chord, correct use of tense (a) Understand that a writer should always check during writing whether individual subjects have a singular verb and that plural subjects have a plural verb (b) Understand the flexion on the singularity of the current third person. Understand that all other forms of verbs are consistent in the singular and plural (c) and make an effective choice of simple, continuous and perfect time, and use them with consistent grammar – check that your knowledge is an interactive TPP that is ideal for grammar tests (L1 and 2). Use for whole group work or individual brush-up meetings. Focus on the verb-subject chord. Try the questions, then check your answers. Useful series of verb cards for literacy and ESOL (contains regular and irregular examples in a wide range of times/moods, plus 1st-3rd person singular/plural maps). Select the ones you need based on the level. Fully mapped. [img_assist|nid-4692|title-|desc-|link-popup||align-left|width-70|height-100] Use correct grammar, z.B. subject verb contract, correct and consistent use of tense (a) Understand that in complex sentences that may have several parts, special care is needed to verify the agreement between the subject verb (b) Understand that the choice of tension depends on the task (c) Understand, that in longer texts, the author should check again and again when writing, not at the end, and to verify that the tension remains consistent (d) Understand that when writing texts such as impersonal verbs that use passive voice, it is useful to keep the focus on the action rather than knowing who executes them, for example.B. was recently revealed that the association loses money.

It is a simple activity to get learners used to the concept of writing informative text. It can be used as an introduction to the theme “Purpose of Text” and is easily customizable to different contextualized areas, z.B. instructions on how to hang a door; inserting hair rollers; Changing a tyre a bouquet of flowers, etc. An absolutely amazing PowerPoint (created as part of a PGCE award). Interactive activities, links and written exercises (they can also be printed as worksheets) as well as many points for group discussions. Also ideal for reference/training teachers. Select is/are to create correct grammatical phrases. . Passive forms of verbs is a useful 1 page reference sheet for L1 and L2 ESOL (and tutors). An impeccable set of resources, accompanied by a detailed teaching program- used with students of construction, decoration and automotive, but suitable for all. Contains error detection, select the appropriate verb, identify subject activity, spinner replacement activity for collective nouns and a Lewis Hamilton grammar exercise.

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