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This is a well-organised presentation that addresses a grammatical problem Chinese speakers commonly encounter and presents activities to support learners. We see from the video that the gap fill activity that you set up and the speaking task support your learners' in building their accuracy and fluency in using comparatives. There's the great additional challenge of getting learners to use the negative form. Aside from these activities, what other strategies could teachers trial to support learners with this grammar point?
What do you think is the cause of learner's encountering difficulties in using comparatives? Does Jung Chang mention anything relating to this grammar point in her article on Chinese Speakers?
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