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Error correctionThe person who never makes a mistake never tried anything new but correcting mistakes need good timing and a good technique to form positive feedback to our learners, each sentence of the ones bellowed with different situations have a mistakethat can be analyzed as follows:1-“I have acompromiseto meet him at 6:00 this evening”The problem of human being learning a new language is that they always choose words based on L1, which leads to False Cognate, I would complete the sentence with “I have an appointment to meet with him at 6:00 this evening”.This kind of mistake in such a situation (a vocabulary exercise) has to be corrected immediately.2-“Igo skinext weekend”The origin of mistake is related to Lapse and grammar; I would complete the sentence with “I’ll go skiing next weekend”.in such a situation (During a discussion) I would aurally indicate the student to repeat the full sentence by spotting the word “skiing”, and I would write the mistake down and wait until we have finished the discussion so we can focus on their fluency.3-“Give meone glassof water, waiter!”The correct form is ‘’ Excuse me waiter, can I please have a glass of water? ‘’ it is unlikely a grammar and vocabulary mistake (L1 vocabulary or grammar pattern), in this situation(During a role-play), there are two possibilities of correction:a-I can wait until the role-play is finished and simply point out the mistake.b-I can elicit the correct form of answer from another student and then ask the right form the first student.4-“Mexico City isthe greatestcity in Mexico with almost 15 million people”The mistake is related to false cognate, the correct form is ‘’ Mexico City is the biggest city in Mexico with almost 15 million people‘’ this mistake occurs in a situation

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