Category Archives: Grammar

Printable English Grammar Lessons

Printable English Grammar Lessons how can they help your students? by Kevin Burns But first, what exactly is grammar? Scott Thornbury suggests, in “How to Teach Grammar:” “Grammar is partly the study of what forms (or structures) are possible in … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on Teaching English in Japan

English grammar worksheets, I hated them as a child. How about you? I think had it been taught in a more natural way, I might have enjoyed it more. That said though, I did discover (finally), a love of reading. … Continue reading

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Presenting Grammar, Part 2

Presenting Grammar Part Two by Sophia McMillan (Shane Training Centre, Shane Corporation) Presenting Grammar Part Two • Pre-teach any necessary vocab 2 • Set a task and learners listen/read once to do task • Give feedback on this task • … Continue reading

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Presenting Grammar

Presenting Grammar by Sophia McMillan (Shane Training Centre, Japan) False Beginners & Japanese Methods of Teaching Grammar False beginners are people who have studied the language before but have forgotten it. Japanese adults are often classed as false beginners rather … Continue reading

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Common grammar questions and answers

Common Grammar Questions and Answers by Lyanne Thomas Is grammar really important in learning the English language? Well, the answer is yes. Grammar is what connects the language together. It is the way a language is formatted or a sentence … Continue reading

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