By Chuck Sandy
Energetic abilities for communique is an exhilarating new three-level sequence that develops freshmen' talking and listening talents. Written via ELT experts Curtis Kelly and Chuck Sandy, with sequence advisor Neil J. Anderson, the sequence makes use of the lively method of aid rookies develop into extra fluent, confident-and active-speakers of English. each one unit comprises easy-to-follow, step by step actions that lead towards an incredible talking activity. The projects are according to real-life occasions and are designed to extend self-worth and foster optimistic attitudes in the direction of studying English.
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Preparing to Write 6. It a. b. c. 7. He a. b. c. 8. You (plural) a. b. c. Relative Pronouns A relative pronoun is a word that does two things: (1) It replaces a noun or pronoun in the sentence. (2) It combines the sentence with a second sentence. Look at the two sentences that follow. The phrase the ofﬁcer is in both sentences: The ofﬁcer saw him speeding. The ofﬁcer gave him a ticket. These two sentences can be combined by changing one of the phrases the ofﬁcer to a relative pronoun. The English relative pronouns are who or that for people and which or that for things.
You need to be careful when using prepositions with relative pronouns. Their position in a sentence can vary. Look at the following examples, and study how the preposition can be placed. They bought the house. An old man died in the house. They bought the house in which an old man died. They bought the house which an old man died in. They bought the house that an old man died in. They bought the house an old man died in. I visited the man. I got a gift from the man. I visited the man, from whom I got a gift.
When I saw the girls on the corner, I gave a little wave. 3. I knew that the tall woman was our new boss. 4. Dr. Brown often wrote about that operation in her diary. 5. Their problems were really much worse than mine. 6. I truly liked Mr. Johnson’s daughter a lot. 7. Robert and I hoped to buy a car together. 45 46 Writing Better English 8. I’d help if Alicia’s brother would help. 9. I think that the last two chairs at the table are our chairs. 10. You ought to have a few words with that rude man.
ACTIVE Skills for Communication 1: Student Text by Chuck Sandy