First of all, you should review our former post about the relatives (use, pronouns and adverbs, types of clauses, omission…), where you will find grammar explanations at different levels, a lot of exercises, rephrasing practice and even tests at four different levels. After that, you can watch the BBC video above. (Of course, you can send me screenshots of your work).Sigue leyendo
Let’s continue with the vocabulary of the lesson. Do all the exercises on the page 80 of your book and write the answers down here as a comment.
Deadline: Monday 18 of May at noon.
En la página 44 de vuestro Student’s Book tenéis la Grammar review del Module 2. Haced los ejercicios y copiad aquí abajo las respuestas como un comentario. Además, haced la traducción del número 7.
Deadline: 15 of May at noon.
Let’s go for that Unit 7, which deals with Relative Clauses.
Read (and understand) the text on pages 78 and 79. Then, do the exercises and write the answers to numbers 3, 4, 5 & 6 down here as a comment.
Deadline: Friday, 15 of May at noon.
And now, for a little dose of vocabulary. Do all the exercises on the page 68 of your book and write the answers down here as a comment.
Deadline: Wednesday 13 of May at noon.
In this task, we are practicing “There is / There are”. (First of all, review your notes and page 30 of your book).
Just two very simple sheets: this first one is interactive and you must only click the button to send me your result when you complete it.
When you finish this second sheet, it shows your result; take a screen-shot and send it to my email: antton.gil@—
Deadline: May the 6th, at noon.
Do exactly as you are said or else, the task won’t be taken into account. Remember we are working your attention.