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    Que and Relative Pronouns

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    Relative pronouns can be used quite differently in Spanish than in English‚ and the fine points of their use goes well beyond what would be expected of beginners. So keep in mind that most of this lesson focuses on the most common usages; as you learn Spanish you will learn other sentence constructions as well. Relative pronouns are pronouns that are used to introduce a clause that provides more information about a noun. Thus in the phrase "the man who is singing‚" the relative pronoun is "who";

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    REDUCED RELATIVE CLAUSES

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    REDUCED RELATIVE CLAUSES Reduced relative clauses are participle clauses which follow a noun. They are like relative clauses‚ but with the relative pronoun and auxiliary verb (if there is one) left out. Because they modify nouns‚ (reduced) relative clauses are occasionally referred to as adjective clauses. Reduced relative clauses are used most often instead of defining relative clauses‚ which are what we’ll be mainly looking at. Reduced Relative Clauses  You may remove the relative pronoun

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    identifies. It is always a noun or a pronoun‚ and the word it explains is also a noun or pronoun. Example: My uncle‚ a lawyer‚ is visiting us. My teacher‚ Miss Marshall‚ is very strict. An appositive phrase consists of the appositive and its modifiers which may themselves be phrases. Example: My radio‚ an old portable‚ is in the repair shop. The boys climbed the mountain‚ one of the highest in the West. THE RELATIVE CLAUSE A relative clause—also called an adjective or adjectival clause—will

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    Three punctuations – it gradually became clear that‚ “I love this woman. I am in love”! vii) Three conjunctions – for‚ not‚ yet viii) Three pronouns – possessive pronoun: I first told her that I wanted my children to have teeth like hers‚ lips like hers! Intensive and reflexive pronouns – I introduced myself first and asked for her name. Relative pronouns –That day finally came‚ the 01st of May‚ it was a holiday and it was perfect. ix) One adverbial phrase – Then‚ one day while we were chatting

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    Pronouns A pronoun is used in place of a noun or nouns. Common pronouns include he‚ her‚ him‚ I‚ it‚ me‚ she‚ them‚ they‚ us‚ and we. Here are some examples: INSTEAD OF: Luma is a good athlete. She is a good athlete. (The pronoun she replaces Luma.) INSTEAD OF: The beans and tomatoes are fresh-picked. They are fresh-picked. (The pronoun they replaces the beans and tomatoes.) Often a pronoun takes the place of a particular noun. This noun is known as the antecedent. A pronoun "refers to‚" or

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    English: Pronoun

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    English (Reviewer) Part 1: Nouns Nouns comes from the Latin word “Nomen” which means name. Noun are persons‚ places‚ things‚ event or ideas. Nouns Can either be common or proper. Common nouns are general name‚ while proper nouns are specific names. |Common Nouns |Proper Nouns | |Begins with a small letter |Starts with a Capital letter

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    Relative Clauses

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    she works as a baker. 11) Eva Hoffman reminds me of my friend Karla‚ who / whose daughter Edna you met when you were here last year. 12) Language is a subject where / that I’m very interested in. 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) Object Relative Pronouns 1 13) I keep the book next to my bed‚ when / where I read it every night. 14) I loved the book who / that you gave me. 13) 14) Combine each pair of sentences into one sentence with an independent clause and a dependent adjective clause

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    PRONOUNS

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    Reflexive Pronouns Level Advanced Class 1 hour Skills Reading‚ Listening‚ Speaking‚ and Writing Goal To develop the students skill to use reflexive pronouns. Terminal Objectives By the end of the lesson the students should be able to Use reflexive pronouns correctly. Transform noun to reflexive pronoun correctly. Enabling Objectives The students will practice the four skills through interview about jobs and work environments using reflexive pronouns. The students will share their answers to

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    Clear Pronoun

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    Clear Pronoun Reference A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun or refers back to a noun already mentioned. Common pronouns include: he‚ she‚ it‚ they‚ this‚ that‚ their‚ his‚ her‚ which. You must be very careful when using pronouns in order to be sure that your reader understands what your pronoun is referring to. (The word a pronoun refers back to is called the antecedent.) Pronouns must agree in number: 1. When the store owner greets a customer‚ she always smiles. (The noun store

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    Pronoun and Question

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    holiday and it was perfect.” “We went to the library together.” VI. “Don’t get me wrong here‚ I don’t mean that she was rude” (apostrophe‚ comma and full stop) VII. Because After While VIII. Ours- possessive pronoun I – personal pronoun Who – relative pronoun IX. “I found myself visiting my friends more often.” X. Before With About Question 7 I. My cat is very playful. II. He thought that he could pay his own school fee. III. These children keep making

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