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This was a nice, concise unit with useful examples on lesson planning. While grammar is not a very important aspect of teaching language in my situation, vocabulary is. I appreciated the time spent examining how to select appropriate vocabulary or not. However, I have to argue with question number 9. I realize the answer is \"pronunciation\", but doesn't that fall in appropriacy? If I'm teaching young learners or those very new to the language, I should not select words like responsibility, with its many syllables. Instead I should be choose simpler words, perhaps those that can build into the previous example like \"response\". In these situations, wouldn't pronunciation be a valid reason for not choosing certain vocabulary?