Celta Pre-Course Task

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CELTA Pre-course task sheet Section 1 – Learners and teachers, and the learning and teaching context A – Teaching and learning contexts Task 1 1. Lesson in groups, Multilingual & Open groups, full time course, mixed ability & gender groups, day classes, smaller classes, teachers with English speaking background 2. One to one lessons / lessons in groups, monolingual groups, closed / open groups, fulltime / part-time course, mixed / similar ability groups, mixed / same gender groups, large / smaller classes, day / evening classes. B – The learners’ cultural, linguistic and educational backgrounds Task 2 1. Teaching English to adults is an challenge in terms of establishing learning contexts, refining teaching…show more content…
Arrive Past form – Arrived Past participle form – Arrived Regular Task 15 1. Past progressive 2. Past modal 3. Present perfect 4. Present progressive active 5. Present perfect 6. Present progressive Task 16 1. Present progressive 2. Past 3. Present 4. Past perfect progressive 5. Present perfect 6. Future perfect 7. Past perfect 8. Present perfect progressive Task 17 1. Present 2. Future 3. Past 4. Present 5. Present Task 18 1. Auxiliary verb – Is 2. Lexical Verb – -ing form Task 19 1. Future 2. Present 3. Past Task 20 1. The sentence is present progressive but refers only to the present fact about having a brother and a sister with no progressive aspect to it. 2. The sentence is past progressive but refers to the fact that the speaker is eating the Ice cream and liking it in present 3. The sentence is present progressive, but the questioner is asking about present opinion about the new job with no progressive aspect to it. 4. The sentence is present progressive, but the speaker is referring to the fact of the sauce lacking salt in present time as definite opinion, without any progressive aspect to it. B- Vocabulary Task 21 – Word classes, meanings, phonology (stressed and unstressed factors), derivations Task 22 1. The usage of the word ‘highest’ is not usually used when describing a person.

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