Adverbs in Conversational English: When to use Very versus Really

Adverbs in Conversational English: When to use Very versus Really
Adverbs in Conversational English: When to use Very versus Really
Adverbs in Conversational English: When to use Very versus Really
Adverbs in Conversational English: When to use Very versus Really
Adverbs in Conversational English: When to use Very versus Really
Adverbs in Conversational English: When to use Very versus Really
Adverbs in Conversational English: When to use Very versus Really
Adverbs in Conversational English: When to use Very versus Really
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Sometimes the smallest mistakes really stand out. This interactive grammar lesson demystifies two English adverbs (very and really) that can be confusing for some ELLs. This lesson mixes small chunks of grammar information with plenty of time for speaking (and optional writing practice) to scaffold to a task. Students will show how well they can apply the grammar as they act as orientation leaders for future international students. The slides and slide notes contain detailed information for teachers along the way. It is fun to see what students come up with at the end of this lesson. There is a follow-on homework assignment to apply grammar and task learning in writing.
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