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 Classroom Language: The language of error correction

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PostSubject: Classroom Language: The language of error correction   1st December 2015, 8:02 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.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: The language of error correction   1st December 2015, 8:03 pm

You can also use these sentences.
• 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.
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