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A relative clause gives more information about someone or something referred to in a main clause. Some relative clauses are used to specify which person or thing we mean, or which type of person or thing we mean: Example: The couple (who) live next to us have sixteen grandchildren. Example: Andrew stopped the police car (that) was driving past. Notice that we don't put a comma between the noun and a defining relative clause. Relative clauses begin with a relative pronoun: a wh- word (who,which,etc.) or that. However,sometimes we omit the wh- word / that and use a zero relative pronoun: Example
Have you ever thought about the progress we have made over the past few centuries? We've discovered medical breakthroughs. We've engineered machines which can do things we can't do. We've created laws to advance our society. We've designed computers to make our lives much more efficient. We've created many technological advances haven't we? Actually no, we didn't create them at all. Significant contributions to technological change have actually been made by less than 1% of the population. The rest of us simply follow the lead of those who create the change. So what is the difference between p
Learning an additional language can be a procedure that takes a great investment of a tremendous amount of time as well as, as students focus on learning the complicated nuances of another tongue. High schoolers, this investment might seem to be a total waste of time or an unnecessary complication to become together with a choice of other difficult subjects demanding one's attention.
Have you ever read a note or letter that contained words, words, and more words but no punctuation? Well, I'm glad to say that I have, and I'm certain I used to before I learned English Grammar and Punctuation. While working with an English Language Learner (ELL) student some years back I remember asking the student to write a paragraph in English, the handwriting was beautiful and legible, however, there was not a single punctuation mark.
The Effect of Using Information-Gap Tasks on Iranian EFL Pre-Intermediate Learners' Lexical Development: The major aim of this study is to find out whether there is any relationship between the use of information-gap tasks in the classroom and Iranian EFL learners’ lexical development. For the purpose of this study five different kinds of information-gap tasks were chosen and practiced with the experimental group.
One of the questions most often asked by students learning English as a second language is, What's the best way to learn English? The answer to that question is simple.