Hello, everyone. First of all, have a great weekend!
I used to teach at a private regular school and every year we had several training sessions.
In one of those, the trainer, a very competent guy from Curitiba, Luigi, taught us how to have students memorize the “-es” ending of irregular plural (churches, volcanoes, etc.) and third person singular “-es” (he goes, she touches, etc.)
Write on the board: O – S – SH – CH – X –> ES
Tell them, “O Seu SHampoo CHeiroso da Xuxa: EStragou!”
They memorize it and it works like a charm! Do you have any activities or tips for teaching the plural or the Simple Present Tense? Share them with us, we would love to hear from you!