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Defining relative clause




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Content

Words and sentences

be/do in questions

Adjective order

Defining relative clauses

Cause - effect sentences

First conditional

Permission

Modals: obligation

Modals: request, ability, permission

Predictions going to/will

Promises

Should/must

 

Verb: tense

Present simple / present continuous

Past simple regular / irregular verbs

Past simple

Present perfect

Present perfect / past simple

Past continuous

Past simple / past continuous

Used to

Past passive

 

 

Parts of speech

Noun: possessive case

Subject pronoun /possessive adjective

Adjectives: comparative / superlative

Adverbs of degree

Object / possessive pronouns

Countable /uncountable nouns

Quantifiers

Prepositions of place


 

Card 1

1. Present simple / present continuous

Choose the correct option:

Use the a) present simple b) present continuous to talk about things that happen / are happening ...

a) all the time b) at the moment c) sometimes d) regularly e) now f) generally true  
Present simple + - ?
I/You/We/They ... (read) English books I/you/we/they ... not ... magazines. ...... I/you/we/they ... magazines?
He/ She /It ... (live) in this house. He/ She /It ... not ... in that house. ... he/ she /it ... in the country?
Yes, ... ... / Yes, ... ..... No, ... ..... / No, .... ......
           

 

Present continuous + - ?
I/You/We/They ... (read) an English book. I/you/we/they ... not ... a magazine. ...... I/you/we/they ... a movie magazine?
He/ She /It ... (stay) in this house. He/ She /It ... not ... in that house. ... he/ she /it ... in the country?
Yes, ... ... / Yes, ... ..... No, ... ..... / No, .... ......
       

 

 

For example, ...

 

2. Noun: Possessive case

Put the sentence in the correct word order to give a rule:

Use the possessive case to say to or somebody who belong something

Choose the correct option:

 

1) A My dogs' name is Rex.

B My dog's name is Rex.



2) A The sheep's bell was heard everywhere.

В The sheeps ' bell was heard everywhere.

3) A My sisters' daughters are famous musicians.

B My sisters's daughters are famous musicians.

4) A Prince Charles' life is known to each of the citizens.

B Prince Charles's life is known to each of the citizens.

Card 2

Adjective order

Choose the correct option:

a) Put an adjective before/after a noun, for example, ...

b) Put adjectives of opinion/fact before/after adjectives of opinion/fact, for example, ...

Past simple

Choose the correct definition:

 

Use past simple to talk about

  • actions that are finished in the past;
  • actions in a progress in the past;
  • a past fact;
  • actions taking place one after another in the past
Regular verbs (example) Irregular verbs (example)
   

 

 

Give the correct forms:

 

Watch/get + - ?
I You He /She /It We/they I You He /She /It We/they ... I ... ... You ... ... He /She /It ... ... We/they ...
Yes, ... ... No, ... .... not
       

 




Card 3

Defining relative clause

Choose the correct option:

Use defining relative clause to ... about a person / thing / place.

Use a relative pronoun

... / ... - for people;

... / ... - for things and objects;

... - for places;

 

For example, ...

 

3. Adjective: comparative

 

Choose the correct option:

Use comparative + ... to comparemore than two things / describe a noun / compare two things.

Complete the rule:

One-syllable adjective + ... , for example, ...

Two- syllable adjective ending with ... or ... + ... , for example, ...

Two and more syllable adjectives - ... + adjective, for example, ...

Irregular adjectives, for example, ...


Card 4


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