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Sunday, May 13, 2012
Why on-line translators don't work. The importance of sentence structure (English-Spanish)
Aim:Understand that word for word
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Learn how to use a dictionary by observing the information that a dictionary provides
Warning! This task is has been designed for Spanish speakers.
If you are not teaching Spanish students, don't bother to download the task!
No photocopies needed. Just project the provided Power Point on Whiteboard
Students need to be familiar with the simple past in order to carry out this task