Dec 12, 2016

UNIT 92 • Relative clauses (2) — clauses with or without ‘who / that / which’

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  • Decide in which sentences you need or don’t need ‘who’ or ‘that’.
    • The woman who lives next door is a doctor.
      • needed
      • not needed

    • Have you found the keys that you lost.
      • needed
      • not needed

    • The people who we met at the party were very friendly.
      • needed
      • not needed

    • The people who work in the office are very friendly.
      • needed
      • not needed

    • The people who I talked to were very friendly.
      • needed
      • not needed

    • What have you done with the money that I gave you?
      • needed
      • not needed

    • What happened to the money that was on the table? Did you take it?
      • needed
      • not needed

    • It was an awful film. It was the worst film that I’ve ever seen.
      • needed
      • not needed

    • It was an awful experience. It was the worst thing that has ever happened to me.
      • needed
      • not needed

  • Complete these sentences with a relative clause. Use the sentences in the box to make your relative clauses. You don’t have to use ‘that’ or ‘which’.

    ○ we hired a car
    ○ you are going to see a film
    ○ I invited some people to the party
    ○ Ann is wearing a dress
    ○ you had to do some work
    ○ Tom recommended a hotel to us
    ○ you lost some keys
    ○ we wanted to visit a museum
    • Have you found the keys
      I like the dress
      The museum was shut when we got there.
      What’s the name of the film
      Some of the people couldn’t come.
      Have you finished the work
      The car broke down after a few miles.
      We stayed at a hotel

    • Complete these sentences using a relative clause with a preposition. You don’t have to use ‘that’, ‘who’ or ‘which’.

      ○ we went to a party last night
      ○ you can rely on George
      ○ we were invited to a wedding
      ○ I work with a number of people
      ○ I applied for a job
      ○ you told me about a hotel
      ○ you were looking for some keys
      ○ I saw you with a man
      • Are these the keys
        Unfortunately we couldn’t go to the wedding
        I enjoy my job. I like the people
        What’s the name of that hotel
        The party wasn’t very enjoyable.
        I didn’t get the job
        George is a good person to know. He’s somebody
        Who was that man in the restaurant?

      • Decide in which sentences you need or don’t need ‘that’ or ‘what’.
        • I gave her all the money that I had.
          • needed
          • not needed

        • They give their children everything that they want.
          • needed
          • not needed

        • Tell me what you want and I’ll try to get it for you.
          • needed
          • not needed

        • Why do you blame me for everything that goes wrong?
          • needed
          • not needed

        • I won’t be able to do much but I’ll do the best that I can.
          • needed
          • not needed

        • I can only lend you ten pounds. It’s all that I’ve got.
          • needed
          • not needed

        • I don’t agree with what you’ve just said.
          • needed
          • not needed

        • I don’t trust him. I don’t believe anything that he says.
          • needed
          • not needed

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