Writing skills for business english. Sentence rephrasing, gap filling, text writing.pdf

Writing skills for business english. Sentence rephrasing, gap filling, text writing

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Together they can complete the text by asking each other questions. In the classroom Information gap activities are useful for various reasons. They provide an opportunity for extended speaking practice, they represent real communication, motivation can be high, and they require sub-skills such as clarifying meaning and re-phrasing. Filler words are words (and phrases) that are used to fill silence when you’re speaking. They’re words that don’t add any real value to the sentence. They simply keep you going while you come up with the rest of your sentence. Their actual name is “discourse markers,” but they’re much more commonly known as “filler words.”

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