So OR such
1. The story was _ fascinating that the children didn't make a
A. :) SO
2. The unfortunate tourist didn't expect _ kindness from complete
B. :) SUCH
3. I'm glad you all had _ goo
1. She - in Taiwan for the last two months,
but she plans to move soon.
a. has lived
b. has been living
2. Mike - the novel many times.
b. has read
c. has been reading
d. has been read
3. They are so tired because they -
1. I want to buy . laptop computer next
Can you please go to . grocery store on Fifth
Street and buy 2 cartons of milk?
3. Please meet me at the train station in . hour
WHY DO WE USE
? AUXILIARY VERBS
TO FORM QUESTIONS AND- 1
. .She likes drawing
Neg: she doesnt like drawing
?Ques: Does she like drawing
They had a big house
.Neg: they didnt have a big house
? - Ques: Did they have a big house
(: TO EMPHASISE
(The (definite article -1
(A/ An: (Indefinite article -2
(X (no article -3
A/ AN: with singular indefinite
Jobs: if there are .1
many people doing
a particular job, we
I am a teacher. He is a doctor.
.My friend is an architect
Revision of relative clauses
Relative clauses give us information about things,
people, possessions, places and times using a relative
pronoun (which, that, who, whose, where, when)
A girl is talking to Tom.
Do you know the girl?
Do you know the
Reviewing Verb Tenses
The Simple Present Tense
Expresses a habit or often repeated action.
Adverbs of frequency such as, often, seldom,
.sometimes, never, etc. are used with this tense
.She goes to work everyday
.They always eat lunch together