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Content description VCEALL103

EAL / Level A2 / Linguistic Structures and Features / Grammatical patterns
Content description
Use a small range of common verb forms accurately
Elaborations
  1. using some forms of the verbs ‘to be’ and ‘to have’ correctly, such as ‘Her name is Mia’
  2. using correct verb endings, such as ‘–ing’, ‘–ed’, with some consistency
  3. using a range of common verb tenses for familiar verbs, such as present simple tense (for example ‘walk’, ‘go’), present continuous tense (for example ‘is walking’, ‘is going’), regular and common irregular past tenses (for example ‘walked’, ‘went’)
  4. understanding basic expressions of modality when listening, such as ‘want to’, ‘have to’, ‘should’
  5. beginning to use basic modal verbs, such as ‘want to’, ‘have to’, ‘should’
Code
VCEALL103
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