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Ages 9 through 17. Verbs in English are often followed by prepositions that influence their meaning. The meaning of the word "pass," for example, differs in different phrases (e.g., pass over, pass out, pass through). The many meanings of verbs often cause difficulty for students with language disorders or limited proficiency in English. The lessons in this practical resource focus specifically on two-word phrases with verbs. Consider the following:
· take on - Tom is ready to take on many new challenges.
Each of the above two-word combinations functions as a single unit of meaning. These phrases are likely to be difficult for students with language disorders and individuals who are learning English This book helps students learn two-word verbs that are critical for success in school and in social contexts. The activities in this book can also be used to facilitate the development of verbal expression skills as students use language to create sentences, define words, and tell stories. Reproducible pictures and worksheets are included.
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Book Description Academic Communications Assoc, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1575030608