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Published on March 3, 2009

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relative pronouns as subjects and objects; clauses with it and adverbial clauses with when
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I like people who… Relative pronouns as subjects/as objects and clauses with it By Profr. José Ma. Jaramillo S. February 2009

What do you think women look for most in a parter? What do men look for most ina parter?

Positive Personalities Adventurous Considerate Creative Easygoing Generous Honest Intelligent Kind Modest

Adventurous

Considerate

Creative

Easygoing

Generous

Honest

Intelligent

Kind

Modest

Organized Quiet Self-confident Sensitive Serious Sociable Supportive Warm

Organized

Quiet

Self-confident

Sensitive

Serious

Sociable

Supportive

Warm

Negative Personalities Aggressive Egotistical Intolerant Stingy Temperamental Unrealiable Ambitious Dependet Incompetent Impatient

Aggressive

Egotistical

Intolerant

Stingy

Temperamental

Unrealiable

Ambitious

Dependet

Incompetent

Impatient

Complete the chart, write the NOUN. success Intelligence warmth sensitivity attraction play practice passion ADJECTIVE NOUN SUCCESSFUL INTELLIGENT WARM SENSITIVE ATTRACTIVE PLAYFUL PRACTICAL PASSIONATE

Relative Pronouns as Subject If the relative pronoun ( who, which or that) is followed by a verb, the relative pronoun is a subject pronoun . Example: I like guys. They aren’t too serious. I like guys who/that aren’t too serious. I like girls. They have lot of friends. I like girls who/that have lot of friends. I like people. They aren’t so serious. I like people who/that aren’t so serious I like boys. They are sociable and generous. I like boys who/that are sociable and generous. I like students. They are very creative. I like students who/that are very creative.

Relative Pronouns as objects If the relative pronoun is not followed by a verb (but by a noun or pronoun), the relative pronoun is an object pronoun . Object pronouns can be dropped in defining relative clauses. Example: I’d prefer someone . I can talk to him easily. I’d prefer someone who/that I can talk to easily.

I’d prefer a girl . I can trust on her a lot. I’d prefer a girl who/that I can trust a lot. I’d prefer a friend . I can talk him easily. I’d prefer a friend who/that I can talk easily. I’d prefer a boos . I have something common with him. I’d prefer a boos who/that I have something common with. I’d prefer friends . I can visit them all the time. I’d prefer friends who/that I can visit all the time.

Rewrite the next statements using relative clauses. I don’t like to work with people. They are so temperamental. ________________________________________________________________ b. I hate the people. Thery can’t tolerate kids. ________________________________________________________________ c. I’d rather have a boss. I can talk to him easily. ________________________________________________________________ d. There's someone at the door. He wants to speak to George. ________________________________________________________________ e. I need a wife. I have a lot of things in common with her. ________________________________________________________________ f. I love guys. They’re so sensitive with animals. ________________________________________________________________ g. You're reading a book. I wanted to read it. ________________________________________________________________ h. That's the dictionary. Bill gave it to me for Christmas. ________________________________________________________________ i. I can’t stand the person. He’s so stingy and unreliable. _________________________________________________________ j. I hate friends. They dont’ have sense of humor. _________________________________________________________ k. I’d rather workd with co-workers. They aren’t so quiet. _________________________________________________________

Rewrite the next statements using relative clauses.

I don’t like to work with people. They are so temperamental.

________________________________________________________________

b. I hate the people. Thery can’t tolerate kids.

________________________________________________________________

c. I’d rather have a boss. I can talk to him easily.

________________________________________________________________

d. There's someone at the door. He wants to speak to George.

________________________________________________________________

e. I need a wife. I have a lot of things in common with her.

________________________________________________________________

f. I love guys. They’re so sensitive with animals.

________________________________________________________________

g. You're reading a book. I wanted to read it.

________________________________________________________________

h. That's the dictionary. Bill gave it to me for Christmas.

________________________________________________________________

i. I can’t stand the person. He’s so stingy and unreliable.

_________________________________________________________

j. I hate friends. They dont’ have sense of humor.

_________________________________________________________

k. I’d rather workd with co-workers. They aren’t so quiet.

_________________________________________________________

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Clauses with it + adverbial clauses with when By Profr. José Ma. Jaramillo S. March 2009 Do you get ANNOYED easily?

Me as a teacher, it bothers me when… people talk while I am explaining students arrive late to the class people dont’ bring their material to work students are in the moon instead in the classroom someone strange from the class interrumps girls make up in class students don’t follow instructions a cell phone rings during the class someone give excuses for not bringing the homework

people talk while I am explaining

students arrive late to the class

people dont’ bring their material to work

students are in the moon instead in the classroom

someone strange from the class interrumps

girls make up in class

students don’t follow instructions

a cell phone rings during the class

someone give excuses for not bringing the

homework

Clauses with it + adverbial clauses with when Subject Verb It When Subject + verb I hate it when someone makes noisy eating I don’t like it when a cell phone rings… I don’t mind it when students come late… I don’t like It when people are serious… It verb object when subject + verb It bother s me when a teacher forgets… It upset s me when a student don’t bring… It bother s me when students come late… It really upset s me when people are serious…

Me as a student, it bothers me when… Complete the statements according to you using some expressions from the list. _______________________ when the teacher ________________________________ _______________________ when the teacher ask me my folder. _______________________ when I arrive late to English class. _______________________ when the teacher ask me to participate. _______________________ when my classmate copy the workbook. _______________________ when I leave ten minutes before ending the class. _______________________ when someome interrupt the class with a funny comment. _______________________ when the teacher ask me to speak in English _______________________ when I can’t find a word in a dictionary. _______________________ when Ramiro ask me my ID _______________________ when I fail the exam. _______________________ when I have oral exam in the CAADI _______________________ when is time to leave and the teacher doesn´t stop. _______________________ when someone let me copy from his/her exam _______________________ when a person borrow me a pencil and never give it back. I love it I can’t stand It makes me happy It bothers me It embarrasses me It really upsets me I don’t like it It doesn´t bother me I don’t mind it

Complete the statements according to you using some expressions from the list.

_______________________ when the teacher ________________________________

_______________________ when the teacher ask me my folder.

_______________________ when I arrive late to English class.

_______________________ when the teacher ask me to participate.

_______________________ when my classmate copy the workbook.

_______________________ when I leave ten minutes before ending the class.

_______________________ when someome interrupt the class with a funny comment.

_______________________ when the teacher ask me to speak in English

_______________________ when I can’t find a word in a dictionary.

_______________________ when Ramiro ask me my ID

_______________________ when I fail the exam.

_______________________ when I have oral exam in the CAADI

_______________________ when is time to leave and the teacher doesn´t stop.

_______________________ when someone let me copy from his/her exam

_______________________ when a person borrow me a pencil and never give it back.

Let’s practice with on your books! More information: [email_address]

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