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Speaking Activities  Oral storytelling is a natural way to practice irregular verbs in context. In an intermediate or advanced class, ask a student to tell the class about a past event or time in his or her life. If the student cannot think of a suitable event, offer a prompt, such as, "What was your best vacation?" or "What was your first job?"  Another storytelling activity that can practice irregular verbs is a chain story. Start the story yourself with a simple sentence in the past…

Speaking Activities Oral storytelling is a natural way to practice irregular verbs in context. In an intermediate or advanced class, ask a student to tell the class about a past event or time in his or her life. If the student cannot think of a suitable event, offer a prompt, such as, "What was your best vacation?" or "What was your first job?" Another storytelling activity that can practice irregular verbs is a chain story. Start the story yourself with a simple sentence in the past…

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