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I am teaching farm workers English in Central California and would love suggestions for how to help students break the bad habits they've grown so used to in their 15-30 years living in the US. Particularly with negating verbs and asking questions (Do/Don't/Does/Doesn't). I would appreciate any suggestions. Thanks!
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The only real advice would be to do drills/activations which involved using aux. verbs. Error correct them a lot and things should work out. Rememember that error correcting does not mean you give them the answer, but elicit it out of them and make them say it correctly
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