Frequent errors with Mon/ma/mes, tone/tone and sound/his/her (possessive adjectives) This is a fairly high number of cognitive operations that need to be performed under ROC. For the rest, the cognitive burden of these operations is exacerbated by the fact that there are often other permutations that the learner must perform in the same sentence (for example. B, the verb subject agreement). In my experience, it is easy for students to grasp the rules that underlie the application of Noun`s adjective rules (or Pronoun), but it is rare to get effective control, and even at A-level and in college, many errors continue to slip into performance (especially in oral editing). What for? And what can we do about it? Let`s look at cognitive operations and knowledge related to the application of adjective agreement rules for the production of L2-French/Italian/Spanish/German (i.e. speak or write) in real operating conditions (hence the ROC). The spokesperson for L2 must: In a previous article, I discussed how errors of agreement are often due to the fact that, in less experienced L2 speakers, when working memory is cognitively overloaded, the brain tends to focus only on the most important semantic features of output (those that give most of the desired importance) and neglects features that do not contribute much to importance. But that`s not the whole truth. The picture is much more complicated. IMPORTANT: It is tempting to try to „reconcile“ them with the sex of the owner, but only the first letter is determined by the owner (m – my; t – she, s-being/she) etc. The rest of the adjective is related to sex and the number of things they possess. The speed at which the brain activates the above production (i.e. the extent of its procedure) will play a major role in determining the effectiveness and effectiveness of the application of the rule of agreement.

Body parts and describe them – a work diagram for SEN Y8 (MS Word 77 KB) These are the resources mentioned in the work diagram: Monster to describe (MS Word 450 KB) Number to sort (MS Word 23 KB) Practice singular and plural (MS Word 2 KB) Practising adjectival agreement (MS Word 255 KB) Singularity or plural (MS Word 31 KB) Male or female (MS Word 44 KB) Sex to sort (MS Word 24 KB) Sex and sorting number (1) (1) (MS Word MS Word 24 KB) Sex and number to sort (2) (MS Word 24 KB) Face to label (MS Word 805 KB) Description Grid (MS Word 805 KB)) MS Word 29 KB) Description with size and shape (M ES Word 30 KB) Cabezas raras (MS Word 20 KB) Large short (MS Word 23 KB) singular or plural (MS Word 44 KB) Monster matching cards 1 (MS Word 28 KB) Monster assorted cards 2 (MS Publisher 280 KB) 1 (MS Word 156 KB) Rating Page 2 (MS Word 44 KB) Colors – Shopping memorabilia, Figures and adjective agreement (MS Word 72 KO) Our, our, your, your, their, their ` our, your, their (possessive adjective) However, errors of concordance, when they return, can be stigmatizing and irritating to native speakers or listeners and interpreted by them as signs of poor linguistic competence.