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Unread Jan 26th, 2011, 06:32 pm
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Red face please i need help

hi all,
i am a new member ,
i need an expert to tell me how can i teach the hypothetical verb form (not conditional (with out if ))
i wish, i'd rather , it's time ,i'd prefer it if you, he acts/ looks, it seems, i feel as if/ though.
i want to cover :
meaning,formand use.
methods to learners.
consider when it should be taught.
typical learner errors.
use of any consept question or timelines.
communicative learning activies +sources of published materials that appropriate for practice+online website or interactive source that lerners can use for self-study.
pronunciation issues (if appropriate)
please help me as soon as possible
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Unread Jan 28th, 2011, 01:54 am
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Default Re: please i need help

It sounds again a bit like a TEFL homework question ...

What are your (doola's) thoughts? If you can give us your plan and explain a bit about your group (age/level) then it's easier to give advice.
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