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Advanced Learners Alan Maley. A similar use of the present simple passive occurs in S3 tracked down, usedS4 are destroyed, usedS5 are hunted. In this case, with two finite verbs linked by the conjunction and, a time sequence would be implied.

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Because the texts are so small and compact, it is felt that structures that perhaps are not conventionally grammad at the elementary level can be introduced through urth dictogloss procedure. For example, among the occupations they have named, are there any that are now commonly available to the other sex?

These adjustments listed below affect the ease of accessibility learners have to a text. S3 all to no avail – This is a fixed idiomatic expression, meaning without success.

When it is complete, the group checks the text for grammar, textual cohesion, and logical sense. Another way of expressing the same idea is: These 4 locations in Western Australia: As an incidental, but related point, if learners have insufficient notes to put together one of the sentences, they should be encouraged to make it up completely, taking into consideration both topical and textual considerations. The options dictatjon then considered, debated, and selected totally within the framework of their linguistic and situational context.


Likewise, in the next sentence S2there is no article in the phrase wajnryn school.

There are other verbs in the passive in this sentence, some of which have the auxiliary omitted but understood: S2 in other words – This phrase indicates that the previous sentence is going to be echoed in different words. In this sense it is eminently learner-needs based.

The teacher might know this; but it is often the case that the learner does not. As far as is possible the two readings should be identical. NOTES S2 had been playing dication The past perfect tense is used to indicate that one past action playing occurred before the other dashing through flames to rescue the brother.

Grammar Dictation by Ruth Wajnryb

In the final stage the various versions that the students have produced are subjected to close analysis and comparison. Separate different tags with a comma. This approach to language learning underpins the dictogloss approach.

S5 one – Meaning people in general. This is a common construction in English. The sentences are numbered victation facilitate reading and reference. Moreover, learners expect teachers to provide them with the sort of feedback that throws light on the correctness as well as the appropriateness of the language options they have made.


Grammar Dictation

The adverb of time now takes a mid position between the auxiliary are and the main verb seeking. English language Grammar Summary Grammar Dictation follows the dictogloss procedure – communicative interaction, text creation or reconstruction, and error analysis. Another way of constructing this would be: You should adjust the pre-text vocabulary list according to what you know of your students.

Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Notes These are notes on the grammar of the text designed to assist in the analysis and correction stage.

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The gramamr are not meant to be cumulative in the way a coursebook is.