English Exercises > relative clauses exercises

Should/might Who/Which/That




Downloadable worksheets:
Who says it? - Modal Verbs (2) - Should/ shouldn�t
Level: elementary
Age: 7-11
Downloads: 468

 
A test about adjectives/adverbs, should and multiple intelligence
Level: intermediate
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 112

 
"Who should be fired?"
Level: advanced
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 83

 
Who are you going to vote for, girls?
Level: intermediate
Age: 11-17
Downloads: 66

 
should - might; who or which, health problems
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 9

 
Who should be king?
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-16
Downloads: 7

 

Glitter Text Generator

I. Complete the sentences with should/shouldn't/might/might not.
����������� 1.������ You� be careful with electricity. You� get an electric shock.

2.������ You put things on the stairs. You see them and trip over them.

����������� 3.������ You� bend over when you lift something heavy because you hurt your back.

4.������ You� use headphones when there is traffic around you. You� hear a car.

����������� 5.������ You� eat too much junk food, because you� get fat.

6.������ You� wear a seatbelt in the car. The driver stop suddenly.

����������� 7.������ If you eat a lot of sugar, you �take a lot of exercise.
II. Look at the table and the example. Make sentences.��

1.Sunscreen

is something/someone that

you go to when you are ill.

2.������ A patient

people use to cut down trees.

3.������ An axe

you eat when you don�t want to cook.

4.������ An archeologist

a doctor sees.

5.������ Junk food

studies the past.

6.������ A doctor

you put on your skin when you sunbathe.

EXAMPLE:�
1. Sunscreen is something that you put on your skin when you sunbathe.
2. .
3. .
4. .
5. .
6. .
III.������ Use the expressions from the column a) and b) to make sentences.
��
���������������������������������������������������� a)���������������������������������������������������������������� b)
a tablet that

you wear when it�s hot.

things that

jewellery is made of

something which

you sit on

something that

you take when you have a headache

a material which

you shoot with a bow

an item of clothing that

you can win in a competition

a part of your body that

you do before a test

EXAMPLE: Revision is something that you do before a test.
Arrows are .
Gold is .
Your bottom is .
A T-shirt is .
An aspirin is .
A prize is .
IV.� Look at the example and combine the sentences.

EXAMPLE: This is the band. I like to listen to this band. This is the band that I like to listen to.

1.������ This is the album. I like this album best.
.
��2.������ This is the girl. The girl sings.
.
� 3.������ Here are the boys. The boys live next door.
.
��4.������� There is the man. The man is my friend�s boss.
.
Glitter Text Generator