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CTEL Teacher-Certification California Teacher of English Learners
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A. A predicate adjective B. A predicate nominative C. A predictive phrase D. The object of a preposition Answer: A QUESTION: 8 Why might English Learners be confused by compound words, when they understand the meanings of the individual words? A. For English Learners, nouns have a strong imagistic component. Juxtaposing two words, such as sheepdog, causes confusion because they visualize two different objects superimposed. B. The confusion comes in which word comes first. Why sailboat and not boatsail? Bookstore and not storebook? C. The confusion comes in why only certain combinations are permissible. If sheepdog is acceptable, why isn't mousecat or singbird? D. Compound words composed of familiar words don't always have a predictable meaning. Answer: D QUESTION: 9 Most English Learners have a plethora of difficulties when they first begin to read in English.
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