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Content description VCEALL102

EAL / Level A2 / Linguistic Structures and Features / Grammatical patterns
Content description
Apply some grammatical rules but may overgeneralise for irregular forms
  1. expressing simple questions mostly accurately, including ‘wh–’ questions such as ‘Where did you live before?’ or yes/no questions such as ‘Is that my book?’
  2. expressing statements and commands mostly accurately, such as ‘She went home’, ‘Please give it to me’
  3. using correct verb and noun endings with some consistency, such as ‘–ing’, ‘–ed’, ‘–s’
  4. overgeneralising some rules, such as formation of plurals (for example ‘mouses’) and past tenses (for example ‘swimmed’, ‘buyed’)
  5. understanding some common phrases or clauses in both their full and contracted forms, such as ‘I’m’ and ‘I am’; ‘you’re’ and ‘you are’
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