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Correct the Sentences for ESOL, ESL and EFL

This is a presentation for ESOL, IELTS and ESOL students and test them on their basic grammar, spelling and punctuation by asking them to correct sentences.

chris speck

on 31 January 2013

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Transcript of Correct the Sentences for ESOL, ESL and EFL

Correct the following sentences by writing them down.

There might be a grammar mistake, a spelling mistake
or a punctuation mistake. I am coming from Germany We have fun today my naim is dr stevens and I
speek very good english 1. 2. 3. Yesterday I go to the supermarket and
buyed some food. 4. Where have you go
on holiday this summer? 5. I like play football but I no like play tennis 6. 7. Spell these words correctly Wenesady / biziness / intresting T 8. Were do you cume from? I mustn't go work tomorrow, it's a holiday! 9. My wife is a lot more young than me, I'm very lucky! 10. Answers. 1. I come from Germany.

Use the present simple for
something that is always true. 2. We are having fun today.

Use the present continuous for
things that are happening now.
You could also put 'We were having fun' 3. My name is Dr. Stevens and I
Speak very good English.

Terrible spelling! 4. Yesterday I went to the supermarket
and I bought some food.

These two past tense verbs are irregular 5. Where have you been/ Where
did you go on holiday this summer.

Use the present perfect or
past simple here. 6. I like playing football but
I don't like playing tennis.

After the verb like you can use
'to' or the verb +ing. This is
all about verb patterns. 7.
interesting 8. Where do you come from? 9. I don't have to go to school tomorrow

There is a big difference between 'mustn't'
and 'don't have to' 10. My wife is a lot younger
than me. I'm very lucky.

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