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The question seems rather general, but form and meaning are often discussed when talking about various teaching methods. There were some form-focused method in the past (Grammar Translation Method for instance) and you may say that nowadays the methods are rather meaning-focused (understanding the f...
The auxiliary (do, does, did) is kind of an "operator". It doesn't have any meaning it just forms the question and it likes to take on all the "grammar". It takes the third person -s so you don't need it any more: He like s music. What do es he like? (we don't need the -s any more with the verb like...
- 04 Sep 2010, 11:09
- Forum: General Teacher Discussion
- Topic: Help with Phonemes!
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Which country are you teaching in? Are you teaching students who have serious problems distinguishing between these two sounds? What level are the students? How many are there in the class?
Hi Ben, I guess that my answer if a bit too late for you but anyway. Future forms in English are generally kind of tricky. We can express future in many ways will and going to are just two of them. This is how I see it: USAGE ONE !1. Wait, I'll come with you. 2. I'm going to see my mother this week...