English teaching exercises: relative clauses 


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relative clause

 


by merlyn

Date: 04 - Jan - 2010
Level: intermediate
Age: +7

Description:
which one is true. complete with correct answer.


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Zora
Canada

          posted by Zora 0
The activity is too short in my opinion and should be a bit longer. My students would do this in 30 seconds!


mrln
Turkey

tnks for your comment:)          posted by mrln 0
dear zora. i donīt agree with you. it can change according to each student. it will be easy for your student and they complete it in short time but other students canīt do it. itīs just example.


Mrs Ben Taher
Tunisia

          posted by Mrs Ben Taher 0


Mrs Ben Taher
Tunisia

          posted by Mrs Ben Taher 0
the exercise is a bit short but it can be useful and motivating.


MJ_Misa
Czech Republic

          posted by MJ_Misa 0
I must agree with Zora. Itīs not intermediate level at all, sorry.