新西兰梅西大学医学Assignment代写:医学目的的ESL

In teaching English and a Second Language (ESL) or English as an Alternative Language (EAL) students how to properly communicate in English, oftentimes specific examples will help them to understand the dynamics of English grammar and usage at play in real life circumstances, though it is important to also emphasize the technical rules associated with each grammatical situation. The phrase "check-up" and "have you been to Dr. X's before" are both unique to ESL students because they present a colloquialism commonly used to describe situations specific to visiting a doctor or dentist. One such example of a situation an ESL or an EAL student may encounter outside of school is scheduling an appointment at the dentist — or doctor, but it's best to keep these types of exercises simple and one-dimensional to present the clearest message to students. The key takeaways from this exercise are the phrases that one might encounter at a doctor or dentist's office that may be...
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