Defining and non-defining relative clauses

Defining relative clauses:  to postmodify a noun – to make clear which person or thing we                                             are talking about.

Non-deifining relative clauses: to tell us more about a person or thing.

READY TO PRACTISE THEM? CLICK ON A PICTURE TO START!

A RELATIVE PRONOUN EXERCISE

FIVE GAMES TO ENJOY LEARNING THE RELATIVE PRONOUNS

 

Passive voice

To review the passive voice that we learnt, you can do the following:

The sentence monkey game 

The passive voice football game 

 

The passive vs active game  

 

When you finish, try to complete this chart in your notebook.

tense active passive
Present simple I make (it) It is made
Present continuous I am making (it)  
Past simple I made (it)  
Past continuous I was making (it)  
Present perfect simple I have made (it)  
Present perfect continuous I have been making (it)  
Past perfect simple I had made (it)  
Past perfect continuous I had been making (it)  
Future (will) I will make (it)  
Future (going to) I am going to make (it)  
Future continuous I will be making (it)  
Future perfect I will have made (it)  
Modals I can/must (etc.) make (it)  
Infinitive to make (it)  

Reported speech

Reported speech is indirect speech, you use it when you are talking about what a person said, asked, commented, etc.

Watch the video in order to understand when you have to use it, then, read how to tdo it, and then, do the exercises bellow.

VIDEO: Click here

HOW TO DO IT? Watch this video and read the chart:

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DO THE EXRCISES: Click here

 

Popular person project

IN PAIRS:

In the search in google “famous people”, the result are these people.

    

Who are these people? Do you know them?. Discuss about them and write their names.

Do you think they can be considered famous people? Why? Why not?

Do you think someone important is necessarily someone famous? Justify your answer. And tell the class. Can you think of an example.

 Individually, write about someone you consider a famous person and tell the class about him/her without mentioning his/ her name. Let them guess who you are describing. In your description of this person you should mention the following aspects:

He/ she was born in …
He/ she was (nationality) …
He/ she lived in …
He/ she worked in …
He/ she died (age) …
What did he/ she do?
What was he/ she famous for?
Do you think he/ she will always be famous?

REMEMBER THE ADJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE PEOPLE
bald, black, blonde, blue, brown, curly, fat, grey, long , medium,
overweight, pale, plump, red, short, skinny, slim, stocky, straight, tall, tanned,
thin, wavy and white. Continua llegint

Modal verbs

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If you want to know how to use modal verbs, read this page and do the following exercises:

Modal verbs explanation in Spanish.

Modal verbs exercises. They are divided into these groups:

Click on Modal verbs exercises and choose the exercise you want.