The goal of the learning object is to bring out game-like features in traditional structure exercises. The quite simple clause structures all follow the same pattern. Typical of these patterns is that the student should achieve automatic accomplishments in them. That is the very reason why game-like exercise forms are very appropriate as to exercising structures and word order. The student's task is to build sentences by arranging the rows of balls so that one sentence is on one row of balls. Clicking a ball makes it fall down to the row underneath. If the ball does not contain any word it disappears. The student must figure out a strategy of action that enables him or her to put together as many sentences as possible. With other words, it does not always pay off to begin from the topmost row but the student must take all five sentences into consideration simultaneously and only take action after that. A sentence that has been formed correctly is heard spoken immediately after being put together. The exercise is completed when the student has got all the sentences together or when he or she has ended up in dead end and can not in any way put together new sentences. The balls disappear, the program shows the correctly formed sentences and they are also heard spoken. Then, the student's points are shown.


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