English Grammar - Present Continuous - Structure

 

http://www.teflonline.net This TEFL certification video explores the structure of the present continuous tense. Tense forms have specific structures that TEFL teachers will need to know before they get a TEFL job. Even if grammar wasn't a strong point at school, our TEFL training courses will give you the lessons you need to conduct meaningful and productive EFL lessons. ///


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Continuation of studying English tenses allows students to express themselves widely using not only simple grammar forms, but also more complex. Even though most learners prefer the usage of simple constructions like future simple / future continuous, studying more diffficult grammar forms makes them stronger users of English language, which maybe really healpful in futureUnit 10 does a great job portraying the different types of attitudes a single teacher can posses and how they will effect the class they instruct. I love the opportunity to experience the benefits of simple gestures and subtle non verbal communication the nuance it provides. The videos are also helpful to show how the class structure takes place and the way students react.


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