Are There Exceptions to Subject Verb Agreement Rules.
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Are There Exceptions to Subject Verb Agreement Rules.

The English language is a beautiful thing. It can sound like a mountain stream tinkling over the rocks when it’s spoken or written correctly. But when a person uses incorrect grammar, it sounds like a donkey braying or a clanging cymbal. Correct use of subject-verb agreement rules can make the difference between tinkling and braying,…

How To Teach Order Of Adjectives ( with Teaching Resources)
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How To Teach Order Of Adjectives ( with Teaching Resources)

Adjectives are one of the most enjoyable vocabulary items to teach to English learners, the sudden ability to add meaning and variety to their communications is a great motivator. While the introduction of these vocabulary / grammar words is both relatively easy, the order of adjectives in sentences is not. There is often confusion about…

Do Teachers Actually Check Sources?
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Do Teachers Actually Check Sources?

Although the verification of sources is more common at university level than in high school it does occur in both. Teachers and professors are often familiar with subject literature and if sources are from alternative material outside of reading lists it is more likely they will be checked for legitimacy