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Classroom language 1. You want to know the English word for 2. You don’t know how to pronounce a word. 3. You don’t know how to spell a word. 4. You don’t know which page to look at.
Classroom language 5. You want to know what tonight’s homework is. 6. You didn’t hear what the teacher said. 7. You want the teacher to write a word on the board. 8. You didn’t understand something.
Classroom language 1. What’s the English word for_____? 2. How do you pronounce this word? 3. How do you spell it? 4. Which page are we on?
Classroom language 5. What’s tonight’s homework? 6. Can you say that again, please? 7. Can you write it on the board, please? 8. Can you explain that again, please?
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