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Nivel Intermedio

Lesson 4 - Relative Clauses and Relative Pronouns - Where, Who, Which, Whom, Whose.

Whom, Where, Which, Whose, Who, and That, are relative clauses that we can use in English to connect or join a sentence.

In today’s class, we’ll talk about the three different ways to use a relative pronouns:

 

1.       To replace a subject.

2.       To connect two or more independent clauses.

3.       To give additional information about the subject or subjects of the sentence.

 

We’ll see how to use relative clauses and pronouns in English within a short text, and we’ll join and give additional information to the clauses that we’ll find in it.

 

In this opportunity, we have one story written in two different ways, without relative clauses or pronouns, and with relative clauses and pronouns. I expect you can see the difference between them.

 

I expect you to have the class and enjoy it!

 

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Lesson 5 - Listening exercise with Relative Clauses and Relative Pronouns. 

Are you ready to start this listening exercise with Relative Clauses and Relative Pronouns? This is what we’re about to do in this class.

 

Once you have the chart ready, you’ll hear 11 different sentences which have Relative Clauses and Relative Pronouns. Within the chart you’ll find some red words which are the clue words that will help you complete the chart.

 

I’ll be with you until sentences 5 and the remaining 6 sentences, will be your homework. I hope you enjoy and get the best results.

 

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Lesson 6 – Old habits with USED TO – Affirmative, Negative, Interrogative, and Answers.

There are 3 different ways to talk about USED TO. To talk about Old habits, habituation process, and new habits.

In this class, we’ll talk about USED TO when referring to old habits, situations that happened at any time in the past but they don’t happen at the present.

 

We’ll learn how to make the different sentences with USED TO, affirmative, negative, interrogative, interronegative, and the possible answers. 

 

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