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This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned:
I believe that I understand how to identify modal verbs and use them. In addition, I understand the usage of the passive voice and how to construct passive voice sentences accurately. I can correctly construct sentences using phrasal verbs. However, I am having difficulty distinguishing between the three basic types of phrasal verbs. I found questions 18, 19, and 20 very difficult, and I am uncertain as to the accuracy of my responses. It was a relief to read the course suggestion that phrasal verbs are best taught in a natural situation for a particular subject of discussion. Vocabulary surrounding the subject of driving was the example given in the course book. Further, I agree that phrasal verbs are very difficult for ELL students. When I was volunteering at our local adult learning center, the complexity of using these verbs correctly was a common complaint of our ELL students.