Engelse taal: 'If a non-standard-speaking child persists in using non‑standard English, particularly non-standard grammar, that child will not progress.' ... Challenges, Baby Time, British, Book, Children Languages, Non Standards Speak Child, Speak English, Non Standards English, Child Persistence
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Help students master Mechanics, Usage, and Grammar by working together to proofread real-world writing examples. These 19 weekly grammar editing sessions address the most common errors made in middle-school and high-school writing. Get ready to enjoy these easy and helpful "shots" that quickly improve teen writing.
This collection of examples of bad grammar would make a great starter/closing activity to a lesson. Or turn it into a team quiz and get your students to find the mistakes.
FREE Grammar poster: Lie vs. Lay My college professor illustrated this well by lying down on a huge table (lie), then standing on the table, hold a huge dictionary above his head, dropping it onto the table, and saying, "I LAY the book on the table." He did this several times. I've never forgotten the difference. But this is a good graphic.