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Unit 12


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Unit 12

  2. 2. What is an adventurer? An adventurer is a person who loves adventures. relative clause A relative clause gives more information about the person in the sentence so that you can identify this person. The relative pronoun who always refers to people, not things. relative pronoun
  3. 3. Matching: match the nouns in column A with the definitions in column B (Activity 1a and 1b, p. 108, English Elements Book 2) 1. A colleague is a person who... 2. A cosmopolitan is a person who... 3. A jogger is a person who... 4. A motorist is a person who... 5. A poet is a person who... 6. A politician is a person who... 7. A hotelier is a person who... 8. An astronaut is a person who... 9. A journalist is a person who... 10. A dentist is a person who... 11. A friend is a person who... 12. A neighbour is a person who... a) goes jogging. b) works together with you. c) is at home in all parts of the world. d) is involved in politics e) owns a hotel. f) drives a car. g) writes poems h) lives near you. i) writes articles for newspapers. j) travels into outer space k) is always there for you. l) helps with your teeth’s problems
  5. 5. 1. CHARLES LINDBERGH 2. GEORGE MALLORY 3. JOHN MUIR a) ...was the person who tried to walk across the Antarctic. b) ...was the person who made the first non-stop, solo flight across the Atlantic. c) ...was the person who tried to fly around the world in a hot-air balloon. e) ...was the person who founded the Yosemite National Park. f) ...was the person who crossed the Atlantic in a rowing – boat. d) ...was the person who tried 3 times to climb Mount Everest.
  6. 6. Match the idiomatic expressions with their meanings Idiomatic expressions 1. And how! 2. We’ve just done... 3. I can’t be bothered 4. Haven’t a clue. 5. Let’s go for... 6. Anything for a quiet life. 7. Give me a look. Meanings a) I don’t want to. b) I’ll do anything if you don’t disturb me. c) I really don’t know. d) Let me see. e) It certainly is. f) Let’s take/ choose... g) We’ve just gone through...
  7. 7. Janice and her friend Lisa have seen a quiz on the Internet. The quiz has 3 questions. If they answer the questions correctly, they’ll win. Listen to their conversation and decide if they’ll win the quiz or not. Why or why not? (Activity 1c, p. 109, English Elements Book 2) Janice and Lisa
  8. 8. have to must had to have to/must have to had to has to have to had to has had to