Recently, in a group to accompany elementary students, a parent posted a class 1 Vietnamese exercise with the title: Arrange the following phrases into complete sentences: grandchild, cho, grandma knitting, wool socks.
Grade 1 Vietnamese exercises make many parents “bewildered”. Photo: Infonet
Students arrange the sentences as follows: “Grandma knitted wool socks for me”. This is a meaningful answer that anyone can understand.
However, the teacher did not recognize the correct answer, but wrote a question mark after this sentence, making the aforementioned parent extremely “concerned”.
According to the owner of the article, the teacher commented that such a sentence arrangement is wrong and the correct answer must be: “Grandma knits wool socks for me”.
This post immediately after being posted attracted the attention of many netizens, many conflicting opinions were given regarding the teacher’s answer.
Many netizens believe that this student’s arrangement is not wrong because the sentence meets the question, is not grammatically incorrect, and anyone can understand.
“The sentence he wrote like that is not wrong. It’s okay to listen to it.”
“Grade 1 only needs to know how to arrange words to form a reasonable sentence. This sentence is not wrong. The students who can distinguish between prepositions, nouns, verbs… are higher grade knowledge already. !”some opinions expressed.
However, some others agreed with the teacher’s answer and explained that it was based on Vietnamese grammar rules.
In addition to the opinions on the answers, many netizens believe that, instead of arguing, the parent should ask the teacher frankly to receive the most thorough answer, thereby having a method to help the child. study properly.
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