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E.M.P 1º S. INGLÉS Semana 7
E.M.P 1º S.
INGLÉS
Semana 7

1.

Complete the correct relative pronoun:

a.

She is the woman

I met yesterday.

b.

This is the house

my friend bought.

c.

He is the boy

girlfriend studies with me.

d.

I know a store

you can buy beautiful jeans.

e.

She is the woman

husband wrote a novel.

2.

Make sentences:

a.

She is the girl/ her friend speaks French.

b.

These are the things/ He took them easily.

c.

Those are the students/ Their mother came yesterday.

d.

Mathematics and English are subjects/ I like them.

e.

That is the supermarket/ You can get good food.

f. She is the lady/ Her daughter married last week.

g. She is the woman/ She prepared the salad.

h. El Tigre is the nice city/ It is located in Anzoategui State.

i. Janeth is the girl/ she is writing on the blackboard.

3. Translate a reading and answer the questions:

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A short history of the weekend

What did you do last weekend? You probably relaxed and didn’t think about work for two days. But people didn’t always have two-day weekends. Where does the weekend come from?

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Semana 7 INGLÉS E.M.P 1º S. Let`s see this photo: The woman is my friend
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Let`s see this photo:
The woman is my friend Iris who works
in Irfa. The man on the right is a friend
that works with her. He is Anibal. And the
man on the left is Willy whose wife works
in Irfa too.
• Who`s that woman?
• She is my friend who works in Irfa.
• And the men who are with her?
• They are her friends.
• Is Anibal the man that works with her?
Yes, he is and Willy is the man whose wife
works in Irfa too.
Pay attention, please:
Relative pronouns are: Who, that, whose, which.
Use of Who or That:
The woman who is wearing a blue sweater is my friend.
The woman that is wearing a blue sweater is my friend
Use of Which or That:
That is the house which I want to buy.
That is the house that I want to buy.
Use of Whose:
He is the man whose wife works in Irfa.
She is the woman whose friends live in France.
Use of Where:
There are many places in Venezuela where you can enjoy your holidays.
I know a restaurant where you can eat vegetables.
Who/ That: are used for persons singular or plural, masculine or feminine.
Whose: is the possessive form.
Which/That: are used for things singular or plural
Where: is used for places.
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E.M.P 1º S. INGLÉS Semana 7 RELATIVE PRONOUNS This the man who painted the “Mona Lisa”

RELATIVE PRONOUNS

E.M.P 1º S. INGLÉS Semana 7 RELATIVE PRONOUNS This the man who painted the “Mona Lisa”

This the man who painted the “Mona Lisa” His name is Leonardo da Vinci.

painted the “Mona Lisa” His name is Leonardo da Vinci. This is the most famous picture
painted the “Mona Lisa” His name is Leonardo da Vinci. This is the most famous picture
painted the “Mona Lisa” His name is Leonardo da Vinci. This is the most famous picture

This is the most famous picture which painted Leonardo da Vinci.

Its name is the “Mona Lisa” or “Gioconda”

da Vinci. Its name is the “Mona Lisa” or “Gioconda” This is the museum where is
da Vinci. Its name is the “Mona Lisa” or “Gioconda” This is the museum where is

This is the museum where is the “Mona Lisa”

It`s the Museum of Louvre in Paris, France.

The underline words: Who, Which, Where, are Relative Pronouns.

Now read this information:

Leonardo da Vinci was a famous painter of Renaissance. He was who painted the “Mona Lisa” and “The last supper”. The last one is a picture where he represents Jesus and his disciples. However this work of art which is in the museum Santa Maria delle Grazie, in Milan, It`s very deteriorate.

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Many people spent one day a week on religion. This was called a “holy day”
Many people spent one day a week on religion. This was called a “holy day” in England, and the
English word holiday comes from this expression. On this day people rested and prayed.
Sunday was the “holy” day. But many workers used this day to play games and have fun. And then
they didn’t go to work on Monday morning because they felt too tired. In the U.S., workers called these
days “blue Mondays.”
In England, Saturday afternoon became a holiday. Work stopped at one o’clock. This was the
beginning of the weekend in England. Around 1900 in the U.S., workers began to take off Saturday
afternoons in the summer. Then, by 1930, most offices were closed on Saturday afternoons all year.
Offices and factories were closed all day Saturday, and the two-day weekend began in the U.S.
What did people do on those first weekends? They went to the theater or the movies. They took the train
and visited their friends. They took walks in the park. They relaxed and had fun.
a. What activities do you do on weekends?
b. What did you do last weekend?
c. What days are called “weekend”?
d. Where does the weekend come from?
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