For our LAST (!) test together, you must study:
- Modal Verbs (Units 22, 24 and 26)
- Causative Verbs (Unit 21)
- Relative Pronouns (Unit 46)
Read the explanantions and redo the exercises.
Use the links I posted yesterday and practice for the reading and listening parts.
See you Tuesday!
Click on the links below to find texts and listening passages that will help you practice for our final test which will be next Tuesday.
There is also some interesting stuff on Modal Verbs that you should check:
Take a look at these pictures and note down what kind of word they had done on their faces and/or bodies:
Then, open your books to p. 82 and read about Causative Verbs.
You started studying relative clauses. To practice using relative pronouns, you had to observe a picture and write about it, using sentences such as, “The woman WHO is wearing a yellow shirt is walking with a man”. Give it another try and come up with new sentences to describe what you see:
Watch this National Geographic video about the life of Manta Rays and write in your notebooks 5 things that these animals have the ability to do:
As part of you oral presentation, you must research about your poet of choice’s life. So, take a look at the text we used in class, to talk about Edgar Allan Poe’s biography:
In order to prepare for your oral presentation, which will happen on October 9th, we watched a video of Homer Simpson reciting The Raven, by Edgar Allan Poe. Then, you did some research on the poem and its theme. So, here are the links that we used, to help you referesh your memory: