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These are cognates whose meaning has diverged, so they no longer mean the same thing. Learners often assume that a word in L2 which looks and sounds similar to one in their L1 would have the same meaning.
First Certificate in English - a Cambridge English examination for students at B2 level.
The final stage of a lesson is sometimes called the plenary. Its purpose
is to bring together and summarise what has been done in that day's
find someone who
A 'find someone who' is an activity which involves students milling round the class speaking to everyone. They need to complete a worksheet that requires them to 'find someone who' fits a series of statements, such as 'Find
someone who....likes eating fish/...comes to school on the bus/...wears jeans every day, etc.
This is often used as a 'getting-to-know-you' activity, but it is also very useful as a way of practising specific language items.
First Certificate in English
first language acquisition
Fluency in language is the ability to communicate freely and
confidently. A fluent speaker is not necessarily accurate.
Classroom (or homework) activities whose main focus is on using the language to communicate effectively and confidently. Compare with accuracy-based activities.
In language learning, the 'four skills' are reading, listening, speaking and writing.
Reading and listening are receptive skills.
Speaking and writing are productive skills.