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Question 1

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TPR is based on the belief that learners should be encouraged to speak as soon as possible because it is important to understand more than just input
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  • True
  • False

Question 2

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Which of these are effects on production due to "connected speech"?
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  • liaison
  • assimilation
  • negation

Question 3

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What is the basic meaning of a perfective?
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  • before and connected to a point in time
  • a continuous action
  • after and totally unconnected to a point in time

Question 4

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Which of these is an example of a past simple?
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  • The train left the station.
  • She was walking her dog from the station.
  • They have been to the station

Question 5

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The passive makes up a system (with the active) called the voice. It is where the patient is put into the subject position.
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  • True
  • False

Question 6

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Which of these ISN'T a type of drilling?
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  • imitation drill
  • choral repetition
  • back-chaining
  • recasting
  • substitution drill

Question 7

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During P-P-P a pre-selected grammatical item is first presented then practiced in a controlled way and then practiced using a freer productive activity e.g. roleplay
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  • True
  • False

Question 8

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There is more of an emphasis on fluency rather than accuracy with P-P-P
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  • True
  • False

Question 9

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Which statements are true? (choose the correct ones)
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  • Primary modals include but are not limited to lexis such as will, would and might
  • Another term for secondary auxiliary verbs are modals
  • Auxiliary verbs CANNOT occur in combination
  • Auxiliary verbs CAN occur in combination
  • Primary auxiliary verbs serve to express voice only ( e.g. active or passive)
  • Primary auxiliary verbs serve to express aspect AND voice

Question 10

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Negation is....
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  • a form of drilling...
  • ways of contradicting the meaning of a sentence...
  • a linguistic tool used to aid information retention...

Question 11

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Aspect is a synonym for 'tense'.
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  • True
  • False

Question 12

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Polysemy is used to describe a word which has more than one related meaning... e.g. wooden chip and computer chip....
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  • ..it's a synonym for homonym
  • ...it's a synonym for homograph
  • ...it's not a synonym for either

Question 13

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C.A.L.L stands for
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  • Communicative approach (to) language learning
  • computer assisted language learning

Question 14

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Which conditional(s) uses the present simple?
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  • zero
  • first
  • second
  • third

Question 15

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Which conditional describes a situation which is always true? (usually due to scientific facts)
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  • zero
  • first
  • second
  • third

Question 16

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Which conditional is used to talk about the future where there is a real possibility?
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  • zero
  • first
  • second
  • third

Question 17

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Which conditional is used to talk about either an impossible situation or a highly unlikely one?
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  • zero
  • first
  • second
  • third

Question 18

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Which conditional is used to talk about impossible situations as they are already in the past and cannot be changed?
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  • zero
  • first
  • second
  • third

Question 19

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What is the most common way to express modality?
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  • Aspect- progressive and perfectives
  • modal verbs

Question 20

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Which is true in relation to modal verbs? (3)
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  • There are 9 "pure" modal verbs...
  • There are only 4 "pure" modal verbs...
  • To form a negative modal, "not" has to be inserted e.g. musn't
  • modals have a 3rd person singular -s
  • modals do not have a 3rd person singular -s

Question 21

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Modal verbs can express...
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  • intrinsic meaning
  • extrinsic meaning
  • both
  • neither

Question 22

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Input...
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  • is the spoken/written language that learners are exposed to
  • important, learners cannot learn a language without input
  • input is feedback
  • should be at the level of the learners ability
  • should be 1 level above the learners ability
  • should be 1 level below the learners ability

Question 23

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Connotations are the associations a word may trigger in its users.
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  • True
  • False

Question 24

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Assesment is a synonym for testing...
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  • True
  • False

Question 25

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The present simple is used to....
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  • habits in a "time-less" present and future scheduled events
  • events happening only now at the present
  • habits in a "time-less" present and events happening only now at the present.

Question 26

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Suggestopaedia...
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  • is based on the principles of suggestion
  • believe "you learn a language by using it"
  • has the teacher in conspicuous control.
  • believe education can never be purely neutral and always works to either maintain or change the status quo
  • was the pre-cursor to task based learning

Question 27

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Suggestopaedia- humans are capable of extreme feats of learning in the right emotional state
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  • True
  • False

Question 28

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Deductive learning...
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  • when a rule/generalization is presented to the learners before they go on to apply it in an activity
  • where learners deduce a rule or generalization from examples prior to practising it

Question 29

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Leaving out elements of a sentence because they are unnecessary or implied from the immediate context is called...
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  • ellipsis
  • ellision

Question 30

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It is essential for learners to be equipped with metalanguage e.g. knowing the grammatical terms like adjective
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  • True
  • False

Question 31

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Lexical verbs have...
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  • grammatical meanings
  • dictionary meaning

Question 32

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Task-based learning
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  • the task is the basic unit for planning and teaching
  • learning is mediated through fidel charts colour-coded representing the sounds of language
  • believe you "learn a language by using it"
  • believe the learners should be treated as 'empty vessels'
  • class instructions involve demonstrations by the teacher and the performance then of the task by the learners
  • there was much less focus on form than other methods

Question 33

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a pair of words which differ in meaning when only one sound is changed is called a...
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  • minimal pair
  • phonemic pair
  • homophonic pair

Question 34

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Coherence means...
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  • it makes sense... to "make sense" you need to have logical relations e.g. linkers such as 'so' or 'to'..
  • that elements within a text are connected..