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Unread Apr 1st, 2008, 03:53 pm
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Post present Continues

This is a quick summary for the present continues rule...

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No replies???
This means you dont like it???
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Default Re: present Continues

nice work, but why should u translate it into Arabic ? Do u often use the mother tongue in ur class?
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nice work, but why should u translate it into Arabic ? Do u often use the mother tongue in ur class?
Thx Latifamr for your reply
Sometimes i transitale the new and unfamiliar things to my students cuz i think this make it easier for them to remember. and understand.

Do u think it's not a good method? If yes tell me why?
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Do u think it's not a good method? If yes tell me why?
Hi ! Sorry for being late to reply. u said that u often use translation to explain the new lexis. u know translation method is no longer used to teach English. Here in Tunisia, we were taught during the different training sessions tha t English should be taught in English and not in the mother tongue. Don't u think that flashcards are excellent to explain new words especially with young learners . I also use gestures, miming. They are really helpful . Concerning abstract words, u can give examples from their everyday life... There is always a way to do it. I don't know if u have ever visited this website It's great www.mes-english.com/flashcards.php - 49k
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Default Re: present Continues

It is a good example, except that the title should be Present Continuous, not Present Continues.
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