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present simple exercises > PRESENT SIMPLE: STATES, ACTIONS AND ABILITIES
 

PRESENT SIMPLE: STATES, ACTIONS AND ABILITIES

 

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PRESENT SIMPLE: STATES, ACTIONS AND ABILITIES
by Bel_bellydance

Date: 14 - Nov - 2013
Level: elementary
Age: +9

Description:
A great game for a class of more than one student. Enjoy it!


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jessiecca
Japan

Time Consuming and Confusing          posted by jessiecca 20170801
Not all of the sections have proper directions, and it seems that there are too many questions per turn. It would be better if a student were given 1 or 2 prompts per turn as opposed to the 20 or so you give here. Also, one of the sections on the game does not have proper instructions. Even as a first language speaker, I had to guess what was expected of me. It makes students nervous when instructions are unclear. Itīs a good concept but I think it could be improved upon. Also, I think it may be helpful to emphasize that this is British English as American English would use different forms than the ones used here in some cases. As a last comment I would also like to mention that your punctuation was inconsistent. That is, it wasnīt always present in the case of a full stop at the end of any given sentence.