ESOL Sc/L2.2a

Respond to critical opinion and offer critical opinion constructively (i) Understand that successful co-operation involves people being able to deal with and offer criticism in constructive ways, in order to agree the best solution, and use register-appropriate lexical phrases in order to do this Examples: How about...? Have you thought about...? I think you could've... then it might not have happened like that. (ii) Know a range of ways to make and respond to constructive suggestions, and apply this when appropriate Examples: - Perhaps it would be a good idea to... - Okay I'll give it a try. You never know, it might work. Well, I'm not so sure about that. I did think about it, but... (iii) Choose from a range of modal verbs and conditional forms to criticise action and make positive suggestions, e.g. should, could, should have, might have, could have, it might be better if you... Example Well, I think it would in fact 've worked better if you'd... Next time, perhaps you could... I'll need to think about it.

Modal verbs worksheet

Submitted by Geoff Saunders on Fri, 2011-09-02 21:21

ESOL: ESOL Rt/L2.4a, ESOL Sc/L1.2a, ESOL Sc/L2.2a, ESOL Sc/L2.3a, ESOL Sd/L2.2c, ESOL Ws/L1.1a, ESOL Ws/L2.2a

Resource type: Worksheet or assignment

Level: L1, L2

Information and examples of modal verbs followed by a cloze exercise and sentence writing.

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