Hi Teachers,

Which are the best directions for this exercise, please?



1.- A: I need (a few / a little) milk in my coffee.

B: I‘m sorry. There (isn’t / aren’t) any milk.

A: ______________________________________________

B: ______________________________________________

Thanks in advance
Circle the correct word or words.

John
Hi John,

Thank you for your reply. But the students have to chosse the right word(s) and rewrite the sentences on the given lines.
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
How's this TS?

Chosse the correct word(s) and rewrite the sentence on the corresponding lines.

What purpose is served by rewriting what is already written? (reinveting the wheel)

Isn't the goal of the exercise to determine the correct word or words?

Cheers,

John
Hi John,

Of course I'm not reinventing the wheel. Besides choosing the right word(s), they practice the writing. Is that such a bad idea?

Best,

TS
You're absolutely right, TS

Good penmanship is necessary, and writing is the only way to improve it.

No, it's not a bad idea at all to have students write out the answers - particularly today as we move away from writing to typing almost everything.

John
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Hi John,

Thank you for your reply. I also do think the same about moving away from handwriting.

Best,

TS