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Relative Pronouns and Adverbs
Three different exercises with the relative pronouns and adverbs. I hope you find them as useful as they were for my students for a short revision.
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 155

Relative Pronouns and Relative Adverbs
an interesting worksheet about relative pronouns and relative adverbs with this worksheet your students will be able to use such prounouns in their everyday language. have a nice day!
Level: intermediate
Age: 9-17
Downloads: 58

Teenagers and Eating Habits
A worksheet on healthy and unhealthy eating habits. It contains vocabulary work, reading comprehension exercises, language focus (relative pronouns and adverbs, quantifiers and reflexive pronouns) and writing. KEY is included. :-)
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 57

Relative pronouns and adverbs
It´s for students in the elementary/pre-intem ediate level, possibly intermediate, you´ll see... There are 3 excersices each different from each other. I hope you like it. There´ll be an on-line version.. Bye!!
Level: elementary
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 47

Relative Pronouns and relative adverbs
Relative Pronouns and relative adverbs
Level: elementary
Age: 8-15
Downloads: 38


Relative Pronouns and Adverbs
by Agustina

Level: elementary
Age: +14

It´s for students who are in the elementary and pre intermediate level. I hope you and your students enjoy it!!



A) Complete the sentences with WHO or WHICH

1) Who's te young lady is standing out there?

2) An atlas is a bookis full of different maps.
3) The teenagers are queuing want tickets for next's week concert.
4) What was the name of the man discovered Machu Pichu?
5) A compass is a device shows direction.
6) Shakespeare was a British writerwrote Romeo and Juliet.
7) Penguins are birds cannot fly.
8) Lady Di was the Welsh princess died in a terrible car accident.
9) Henri Becquerel was the scientist discovered X-rays.

B) Complete using WHO, WHICH, THAT,WHOSE or WHERE.

1) A kangaroo is an animal lives in Australia.

2) In 1998 I travelled to Paris, I met my husband.
3) Marie Curie, was born in Poland in 1867, was a scientist.
4) Karen, surname is Johnson, is a beautiful model.
5) Van Gogh was a painter paintings are worldwide.
6) A camel is an animal lives in the desert.
7) Radium is a metal shines in the dark.
8) That is the girlbrother is a famous footballer.
9) He lived in New York, he worked for the New York Times.
10) The Coliseum was an amphitheatre Romans enjoyed plays, chariot races and gladiator fights many centuries ago.



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