Does this sound familiar? Student: I don't speak English very well. My grammar is good, but my speaking is poor. Teacher: OK. Let's start with movies. Which movie do you like? Student: ummm... The Queen.
And that's it. No opinions, no comments, just two words.
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These debate lesson plans come complete with 'for / against' statements to get students going, as well as useful phrases for expressing opinions.
Parts of Speech
Words are used to form patterns of English grammar and syntax. Each word falls into one of eight categories referred to as parts of speech.
Think of parts of speech (& parts of the sentence) as your "toolkit" & "building blocks" for conversation and discussion.