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It is a name-learning game which requires students to repeat everyone's name around the class (see Unit 9 for detail).
A nasal is a sound which is produced by releasing most of the air through the nose (/m/, /n/ and /ŋ/).
See the Direct Method.
NB: this is different from the Natural Approach!
See interactive listening.
A noun is a word which refers to a thing. This could be a physical object, such as wall or daisy - these are concrete nouns, or a word that refers to an abstract idea, such as peace, love and understanding (abstract nouns).
A noun phrase is a single noun or a group of words including a noun which function in a sentence as the subject, object, or prepositional object.
The children, the dog and the cat are playing in the garden. (subject)
I am watching the children, the dog and the cat. (object)
Look at the children, the dog and the cat! (prepositional object)