Dec 12, 2016

UNIT 93 • Relative clauses (3) — ‘whose / whom / where’

15 cards
, 46 answers
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  • You met these people at a party. Later you tell a friend about the people you met. Complete the sentences using ‘who …’ or ‘whose …’.

    ○       My mother writes detective stories.
    ○       My wife is an English teacher.
    ○       I won a restaurant.
    ○       My ambition is to climb Everest.
    ○       We’ve just I got married.
    ○       My parents used to work in a circus.
    • I met somebody
      I met a man
      I met a woman
      I met somebody
      I met a couple
      I met somebody

    • Complete the sentences. Use the sentences in the box to make relative clauses with ‘where’.

      ○       I can buy some postcards there.
      ○       Ann bought a dress there.
      ○       John is staying there.
      ○       I was born there.
      ○       We can have a really good meal there.
      ○       We had the car repaired there.
      • I recently went back to the town
        Do you know a restaurant
        Is there a shop near here
        I can’t remember the name of the garage
        Do you know the name of the hotel
        Ann bought a dress which didn’t fit her, so she took it back to the shop

      • Complete each sentence using ‘who’, ‘whom’, ‘whose’, ‘where’.
        • What’s the name of the man  . . . 
          whose
          car you borrowed?
          • who
          • whom
          • whose
          • where

        • A cemetery is a place  . . . 
          where
          people are buried.
          • who
          • whom
          • whose
          • where

        • A pacifist is a person  . . . 
          who
          believes that all wars are wrong.
          • who
          • whom
          • whose
          • where

        • An orphan is a child  . . . 
          whose
          parents are dead.
          • who
          • whom
          • whose
          • where

        • The place  . . . 
          where
          we spent our holidays was really beautiful.
          • who
          • whom
          • whose
          • where

        • This school is only for children  . . . 
          whose
          first language is not English.
          • who
          • whom
          • whose
          • where

        • I don’t know the name of the woman to  . . . 
          whom
          I spoke on the phone.
          • who
          • whom
          • whose
          • where

      • Use your own ideas to complete these sentences. They are like the ones in Sections D and E.
        • The day I first met you I’ll never forget.
          I’ll always remember the day

          • One time we got stuck in a lift. I’ll never forget it.
            I’ll never forget the time

            • I didn’t write to you because I didn’t know your address.
              The reason was that I didn’t know your address.

              • You phoned me but I wasn’t at home.
                Unfortunately I wasn’t at home the evening

                • They haven’t got a car because they don’t need one.
                  The reason is that they don’t need one.

                  • Mary got married in 2016.
                    2016 was the year

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