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Examples to accompany the Componential Analysis Teaching Tip

An 'x' means that the two correspond & '(-)' means that it can be negative. Have a go & check with the suggested ideas at:
http://developingteachers.com/tips/comp_analysis.htm

1. To help students distinguish between
'pretty',' handsome', 'charming' & 'lovely'

  pretty handsome charming lovely
woman        
girl        
man        
boy        
house        
countryside        
view        
flower        
meal        
picture        
story        
animal        
weather        
voice        
time        
??        

2. To help students distinguish between
'damage', 'harm' & 'hurt'

  damage harm hurt
a person      
a limb      
one's self      
a reputation      
the countyrside      
a painting      
somebody's feelings      
??      

3. To help students distinguish between
'beat', 'earn', 'gain' & 'win'

  beat earn gain win
an opponent        
money        
a reputation        
a football match        
somebody in a competition        
a living        
weight        
experience        
a victory        
an advantage        
time        
??        

4. To help students distinguish between
'expect', 'hope', 'look forward to' & 'wait'

  expect hope look forward to wait
something nice        
a letter        
for a letter        
to receive a letter        
for good news        
the party        
a person        
for the bus        
for good weather        
so        
somebody to arrive        
to feel tired        
??        

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