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Game: "Don´t Say That Word!!"doc 1. Practising definitions, synonyms and antonyms
These are the first 27 cards (of a total of 81) of a game I´ve called "Don´t Say that Word!" based on the famous "Taboo" one. It´s a team game which allows students to practise definitions, think of synonyms and antonyms and try to be quick. The rules are the same as for the original version (you easily find them on the net)and students find it hil...
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 404

 
Relative Pronouns - Who, Which and Where
This is a simple worksheet for students who are just starting to learn relative pronouns. Students write the number of the picture beside the sentence it matches. It worked well with my class.
Level: intermediate
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 253

 
defining and non-defining II
It´s a worksheet for students to make sense of defining and non-defining relative clauses. At the same time, they learn about different British and American universities. I hope you find it useful.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Downloads: 251

 
Reading comprehension ´Teens´ World´ + ´do´ vs ´make´ + Relative Clauses (defining and non defining) KEY INCLUDED
Suitable to be used as a formative grammar and vocabulary test. I used it with my 10th graders (intermediate level). It contains a small text and comprehension. An exercises to be filled either with ´do´ or ´make´ in the corretc tense and sentences to be joined by means of relative pronouns (defining and non-defining). Thanks and have a nice Sunday...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 232

 
Relative pronouns
This is a comprehensive grammar guide on relative clauses, the use of relative pronouns and their omission. I hope you find it useful.
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 227

 
 
 


Relative pronouns and relative clauses
by Ester Estrada

Date:
Level: elementary
Age: +12

Description:
Two exercises with 40 sentences to revise the use of relative pronouns and joining sentences.



 
 

WHO....WHICH .....WHERE ???

 A Complete the sentences with the correct relative pronoun.

1.       The fish you like has been served

2.       I am a teacher understands your problems.

3.       The house is in the park is Paul´s.

4.        are the photos we took in Australia?

5.       I like students   have a good sense of humour

6.       I don´t like men    are in love with their cars.

7.       This is the country    I live.

8.       The tourist centre  you are is very interesnting.

9.       I am a woman   believes in promises.

10.    Those books are on the table, are mine.

11.    The car _  was in the garage, was red.

12.    The school   I studied has been demolished.

13.    The moon is a place   I would like to go.

14.    The school I studied was redecorated last year.

15.    He likes things   are exciting.

16.    I love books have a nice end.

17.    Sevilla is a city  I feel relaxed.

18.    The school is a place I enjoy

19.    My sister prefers boys are tall

20.    He plays sports  are very dangerous.

21.    I am a teacher likes playing games in class.

22.    I read comics are funny

23.    My father is a man  enjoys cycling.

24.    I eat salads   have no tomatoes.

25.    My friends watch films  are about mystery.

26.    Beach is a place  I enjoy more.

27.    Bed is  I dream !!!

28.    My girlfriend is a woman loves animals.

29.    Your  house is you feel better.

30.    I teach children are special.

 
 
B Rewrite the sentences using a relative pronoun. DO NOT FORGET the puntuation.
 

1.      The book is on the table. It has a blue cover.

 

2.      We visited the town. It lies at the source of the Danube.

 

3.      David bought a camera. It was made in Japan.

 

4.      Ann lost the money. It belonged to her uncle. 

 

5.      I know the girl. She is going out with my cousin.

 

6.      Helen has a stamp collection. It has many rare stamps. 

 

7.      This is the date. Your book has to be read by then.

 

8.      There was a man at the party. He was very tall.

 

9.      We saw the palace. Louis XIV lived there.

 

10.  I’d like you to meet Ann. She is my girlfriend.

 

       

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