+0
Im having some problems with this concepts gingerbread can you help me or someone.

\

Write your concept questions here below. Please include only USEFUL concept questions. You needn't add examples of NOT USEFUL questions or the answers to the concept questions. Grammar structure you have to explain has been highlighted in each sentence.

1. If I HADN'T PASSED my exam, I WOULDN'T HAVE GONE to Cancun.

2. I'm having my car repaired.

Im not to sure were to start can someone help me please. thank you
1 2
Comments  
diploma23Im not to sure were to start can someone help me please. thank you
The place to start is to clearly state the concept that is being taught.
Once you have determined that, you can phrase related questions that test the student's understanding.
Can you give me a example from the ones i posted were the students can understand.
Site Hint: Check out our list of pronunciation videos.
Sentence 1 has some words capitalized. They are clues to the concept that is being taught.

Sentence 2 does not have any words capitalized, so it is difficult to tell what the concept is.

What do you think the concept is in sentence 1?
The first one i think is.

1. If I (hadn't passed) my exam, I (wouldn't have gone) to Cancun.

answer maybe : Did he have the exam?

Is this a past event?

Did he go to Cancun?

Is this a future event?

2. The second not sure.

I'm having my car repaired.

CAN SOMEONE GIVE ME SOME ADVICE, THANK YOU.
The first one i think is.
1. If I (hadn't passed) my exam, I (wouldn't have gone) to Cancun.

answer maybe : Did he pass the exam?

Is this a past event?
Did he go to Cancun?

Is this a future event?
Good. The concept is the second conditional .

2. The second not sure.

I'm having my car repaired.

SInce there are no highlighted words, it is not clear if the concept is use of the past participle or the present progressive tense. Either one is possible.
Teachers: We supply a list of EFL job vacancies
AlpheccaStarsThe first one i think is.

2. The second not sure.

I'm having my car repaired.

SInce there are no highlighted words, it is not clear if the concept is use of the past participle or the present progressive tense. Either one is possible.

I suspect it's the construction 'to have something done', so CCQs would be:-

"Is his car going to be repaired?"

"Is he going to repair his car himself?"

"Has he arranged for someone else to repair his car?"

Hello
Maybe this can give an idea

1-Third Conditional
http://www.englishclub.com/grammar/verbs-conditional_4.htm

2-Causative structure
http://esl.about.com/od/grammarstructures/a/causative.htm

Best Regards
I'm having my car repaired.

Has the car been repaired already?

When is the car being repaired?

Is the car broken?

Am I repairing the car myself?

Iv just attended a TEFL weekend - this was one of the questions discussed
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
Show more