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    Mark H.
    GB
    Mark H.

    when a student reads they should build up a list of new words that they don't know and look them up. after reading say a page the teacher needs to go over the new words with a student and practice using the new words. I've found that this is the best way for students to learn new words and build vocabulary. Reading can really help to build vocabulary and sentence structure, this in turn helps with speaking and writing.

    Mark H.
    GB
    Mark H.

    if students need 3,000/5,000 words to read independently how many words a day is it possible for a student to really learn?

    Mark H.
    GB
    Mark H.

    Match words to pictures is good but is it not better for learners to try and use new words in a real life situation?

    Felipe V.
    CO
    Felipe V.

    The function of words is incredibly important especially for texts that are more difficult to understand and for EFL or ESL, who will be taking some sort of English proficiency test. You also have to give clear examples of phrasal verbs and idioms which is not so easy to convey to non-native speakers.

    Myrna S.
    US
    Myrna S.

    Concrete and Abstract words different uses for the students.

    Myrna S.
    US
    Myrna S.

    How can we teach this kind of grammar to the learner that do not master English?

    Abdul Kareem M.
    SA
    Abdul Kareem M.

    sensational! knowing the right way to introduce vocabulary to English language learners. As well as showing us how to introduce content words is very helpful.

    Abdul Kareem M.
    SA
    Abdul Kareem M.

    Can an English-language reader who reads less than 3000 words be proficient in reading?

    Ifeanyichukwu O.
    KH
    Ifeanyichukwu O.

    I also agree with you on this..The function of words is incredibly important especially for texts that are more difficult to understand and for EFL or ESL, who will be taking some sort of English proficiency test. You also have to give clear examples of phrasal verbs and idioms which is not so easy to convey to non-native speakers.

    Ezeoke Chuks M.
    KH
    Ezeoke Chuks M.

    My students are well grounded in English. But their spoken English is too bad. They've got problems with verbs and tenses. Already I am working on that. I have told teachers to build up tenses and subject verb agreements, make students response to questions with sentences and always be on the look out for correction when they speak badly. Please honourable course-mates, is there another idea that can help on this bad condition?

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