This and subsequent response drills are made up of four groups of questions which are designed to elicit answers that require the use of the grammar point previously illustrated, but at the same time to insure answers that are completely natural in their most probable contexts. The four groups are:
The student's cue for the kind of answer he should give is the presence or absence of a sotto voce prompting before the question and whether the question has an intonation ending with a or . The first and second groups end with and require answers which are chosen by the student in group one and suggested sotto voce by the instructor in group two. The third and fourth groups end with and require with a correction which is given sotto voce by the instructor in group three and with or without additional elaboration, usually in the form of a partial sentence, in group four.
The student should not need to look at the materials to do this drill orally.
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