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PostSubject: Classroom Language: Give feedback   1st December 2015, 6:37 pm

Here are some phrases that can be used when giving feedback to students:
 Very good.
 That's very good.
 Well done.
 Very fine.
 That's nice.
 I like that.
 Marvellous!
 You did a great job.
 Magnificent!
 Terrific!
 Wow!
 Jolly good!
 Great stuff!
 Fantastic!
 Right!
 Yes!
 Fine.
 Quite right
 That's right.
 That's it.
 That's correct.
 That's quite right.
 Yes, you've got it.
 You've got the idea.
 It depends.
 It might be, I suppose.
 In a way, perhaps.
 Sort of, yes.
 That's more like it.
 That's much better.
 That's a lot better.
 You've improved a lot.
 Not really.
 Unfortunately not.
 I'm afraid that's not quite right.
 You can't say that, I'm afraid.
 You can't use that word here.
 Good try, but not quite right.
 Have another try.
 Not quite right. Try again.
 Not exactly.
 You were almost right.
 That's almost it.
 You're halfway there.
 You've almost got it.
 You're on the right lines.
 There's no need to rush.
 There's no hurry.
 We have plenty of time
 Go on. Have a try.
 Have a go.
 Have a guess.
 There's nothing wrong with your answer.
 What you said was perfectly all right.
 You didn't make a single mistake.
 That's exactly the point.
 That's just what I was looking for.
 Don't worry about your pronunciation.
 Don't worry about your spelling.
 Don't worry, it'll improve.
 Maybe this will help you.
 Do you want a clue (hint)?
 You have good pronunciation.
 Your pronunciation is very good.
 You are communicating well.
 You speak very fluently.
 You have made a lot of progress.
 You still have some trouble with
pronunciation.
 You need more practice with these words.
 You'll have to spend some time practising this.
 You're getting better at it all the time.
 You've improved no end.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: Give feedback   1st December 2015, 6:50 pm

Other addings:
Yes, you’ve got it.
You’ve just about mastered that .
You are a joy.
You are getting better at it all the time.
You are half way there.
You are on the right track.
You are very good at that.
You can do better than that.
You can’t say that, I’m afraid.
You certainly did well today.
You did it that time!
You did that very well.
You didn’t make a single mistake.
You find it difficult to read aloud.
You have got your brain in gear today.
You have made a lot of progress.
You haven’t missed a thing
You made a very good job of that.
You must have been practicing.
You need some more practice with these words.
You read quite well.
You read very fluently.
You really make my job fun!
You should be proud of the way you worked today.
You sound very English.
You speak very fluently.
You were almost right that time.
You’re doing beautifully.
You’re doing that skill much better today.
You’re getting better everyday.
You’re learning fast.
You’re on the right track now.
You’re really improving.
You’re really working hard today.
You’ve been doing a good job
You’ve got it made.
You’ve just got about it .
Your pronunciation is very good.
You’ve got the idea.
You’ve improved a little.
You’ve improved no end.

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