Quiz 7

Quiz 7
Relative Clauses
Q1. WHAT WORDS CAN BE USED TO COMPLETE THE SENTENCES. CHOOSE ALL THE POSSIBILITIES (WHO/THAT/ WHICH)
1.   I know a woman _______________ played basketball in college.
2.   We have a neighbour __________________ works in a hospital.
3.   My best friend is someone __________________ I really trust.
4.   My brother tells funny stories about the things _______________ he’s doing in college.
5.   My mom used to have a business _________________ sold nice used clothes.
6.   My first boss was someone ____________________ got mad easily.
7.   My sister likes to tell everyone about the guys ____________ she’s dating.
8.   I found this Web site ____________________ helps you find friends from school.
9.   Last year I worked at a company ___________________ made computer parts.
10.   My classmate has a piano ____________________ she bought on the internet. 
Q2.  CIRCLE THE CORRECT RELATIVE PRONOUN.
1.     Last week I saw someone which/ that I used to date in college.                    
2.     I have two high school friends who/ which still call me sometimes.              
3.     I joined a club which/ who organizes activities for single people.     
4.     Paul is the guy who/ which I went travelling with last summer.     

5.     A hotel is a place  which/where people stay when they're on holiday.

6.     What's the name of the woman  who/whose lives in that house?

7.     What do you call someone  which/that writes computer programs?

8.     A waiter is a person  that/whose job is to serve customers in a restaurant.

9.     Overalls are clothes where/which  people wear to protect their clothes when they are working.

10.      Is that the shop  where/that you bought your new laptop?

11.      He's the man   who/whose son plays football for Manchester Utd.

12.      Hal didn't get the job  that/where he applied for.

13.      That is the man  who/whose helped me when I fell down in the street.

14.      Do you still go to that pub where/which we used to go as students?

Q3. WHAT WORDS CAN BE USED TO COMPLETE THE SENTENCES. CHOOSE ALL THE POSSIBILITIES (WHO – THAT – WHICH - Ø ).
1.     Last year I worked at a company ___________________ made computer parts.
2.     My classmate has a piano ____________________ she bought on the internet.  
3.     We have a neighbour __________________ works in a hospital.
4.      My best friend is someone __________________ I really trust.
Q4.  RELATIVE CLAUSES. UNSCRAMBLE THE SENTENCE.
RELATIVE CLAUSES. UNSCRAMBLE THE SENTENCE  
1.   a friend/old cameras/who/have/I/can fix = _____________________________________________
2.   I/who/can/call anytime/someone/he’s   =  _____________________________________________
3.   who/plays/someone/a jazz band/in/I/know = __________________________________________
4.   plans/weddings/Kaya/a company/works for/that = ______________________________________
5.   talks about/the things/he’s doing/my mother/never = ____________________________________
6.   can/a friend/she’s/I/that/trust = _____________________________________________________
Q5. LOOK AT THE EXAMPLE AND DO THE SAME WITH THE OTHER SENTENCES.

Example:              I have a friend. She calls me a lot to talk about her problems.

           I have a friend who calls me a lot to talk about her problems.

1.   I made some new friends at the club. It organizes hiking trips and things like that.

_____________________________________________________________________

2.   My best friend has a big party once a year. The party is for all his friends.

_____________________________________________________________________

3.   I have a really intersting friend. I met her at my health club.

_____________________________________________________________________

4.   I found this cool Web site. It helps you find your old school friends.

        _____________________________________________________________________

5.   She is the friend. She helped me with my homework.

_____________________________________________________________________




Quiz 7
Phrasal Verbs
Q1. PHRASAL VERBS. CIRCLE THE TWO VERBS IN EACH LIST THAT GO WITH THE PARTICLE ON THE RIGHT.

1.  go/move/hang               away

2.  wake/eat/ work              out

3.  come/ break / get          back

4.  wake / go/ come           over

5.  sign/ grow / sleep         up

6.  fall/ eat / settle              down

Q2. WRITE DOWN THE CORRECT PHRASAL VERBS TO COMPLETE THE SENTENCES. USE THE PHRASAL VERBS GIVEN. THERE ARE TWO EXTRA PHRASAL VERBS.
break up  -  comes back  -   fly back  -   settle down  -  sign up  -  turns out  -  writes back
1.   If a friend replies to an e-mail or letter, he or she ____________
2.   If you get married and start a family, you ______________
3.   If you join a club or become a member, you ____________
4.   If you finish a relationship, you ________________ with your partner.
5.   If you find out someone is not married, it _____________ they are single.
Q3. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE CORRECT PHRASAL VERB FROM THE BOX. THERE ARE TWO EXTRA PHRASAL VERBS.
break up   -   move away -  write back  -  grow up -  get along  -   work out  -   hang out
1.  Those sisters argue a lot. They don’t __________ well with each other.
2.  My cousin and i spent a lot of time together, but she had to _________ last year.
3.  The two friends started to date, but the relationship didn’t ____________.
4.  I think a small town in the country is a nice place for a child to ___________
5.   Sometimes I like to just ____________ with my parents and talk or watch TV.
Q4. MULTIPLE CHOICE. PHRASAL VERBS. COMPLETE THE CONVERSATION WITH THE PARTICLE ON THE RIGHT THAT BEST FITS THE DIALOGUE.
1.    A: Did you get my e-mail?
B:Yes, I did. I’ll write _________ when I have time.
2.    A: Are you still dating Leo?
B: No, the long-distance relationship didn’t work ______.

3.    A: Do you get ___________ well with your brother?
B: Oh, yes. He’s my best friend.
4.    A: Do you still live in your hometown?
B: No, I don’t. I moved __________ a few years ago.
5.    A: I’m thinking of getting married.
B: That’s great. You’re at a good age to settle _______.
6.    A: Tim and I have been dating for five years.
B: Wow! That’s a long time to go ________ with someone.
1.  back / up  / out
2.  up  / away / out
3.  along  / away / down
4.  along  / back / away
5.  down  / up / back
6.  back  / out / along







Q6.  READ THESE OPINION AOBUT REALTIONSHIPS. COMPLETE THE SENTECNES WITH THE  PHARASAL VERBS VELOW.

break up  - get along - go back - go out - settle down - sign up - work out

e.g. It’s more fun to go out with omeone you know than to go on a “blind date.”

1.   After you _______________ with someone, you should try and stay friends.

2.   You should never __________________ to someone you’ve  broken up with.

3.   If you don’t __________ well with your boyfriend’s or girlfrien’s family, your

relationship won’t _____________.

4.   It’s good to date a lot of different people bejore you ________________ with one person.

5.   If you want to meet someone, it’s good idea to _______________ for a class.

Q7. REPLACE THE WORDS IN BOLD WITH ONE FROM THE BOX. MAKE SURE YOU WRITE THEM IN THE RIGHT FORM.
   break up            -   go out   -   grow up   -   hang out  -    settle down   -    turn out
1.  Julie always spends time with her friends at the mall.
2.  Pam´s date ended well.
3.  Paul and Jennifer have dated for a while.
4.  Lisa and Tom spent their childhood together.
5.  Dan wants to get married.
6.   Tim and Deb stopped dating.
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
Remember: “turn out” has many meanings but in this context it means “end” 
·      to become in the end: How did things turn out (end)?
·      to be found or known to be; prove to be: He turned out to be an enemy.
·      turn out: to extinguish (a light): Turn the lights out.
·      to produce as the result of labor: The factory turns out fifty computers every hour. They sell them as fast as our factory can turn them out.
Q8. CHOOSE THE CORRECT PARTICLE TO COMPLETE THE PHRASAL VERB IN THE SENTENCE.
along  / away / back / down / out / up
1.   I really want to go __ somewhere for vacation.
2.   We grew ________ in a big city.
3.   I don’t always get ______ with my parents.
4.   Soon I plan to settle _____ and start a family.
5.   Haven’t gone _____ on a date recently.
6.  I’m going to fly ______ home for the holidays.
7.  It turned _______ we knew each other.
8.  I need to sign ______ for my next math class.
9.  She didn’t want to break __ with her boyfriend.
10. I should write ________ to my aunt.
































































































Quiz 7
Communication
Q1. COMPLETE THE COMMENTS USING THE EXPRESSIONS IN PARENTHESES TO MAKE THEM SOFTER.
1.   My boyfriend never wants to go out. (I guess / a little bit) 
____________________________________________________________________ shy.
2.   I haven´t heard from you for a long time. (probably / kind of ) 
____________________________________________________________________ busy.
3.   Marsha wears really strange clothes. (maybe / just) 
____________________________________________________________________  artistic.
4.   Tom is looking tired these days. (I think / sort of) 
____________________________________________________________________   stressed out.




















Quiz 7
READING COMPREHENSION
Q1. Read the the advice column. Then check (   ) the five statements that Sophie wourld agree with.    
Do you think a long – distance relationship with someone works?
Dear   Sophie
Dear Sophie: I’ve been in a long – distance relationship with someone for six months. We keep in contact by phone and e-mail, but we haven’t been together for over a month. Should I end it? – Megan

Dear Megan: I think it’s a bit too soon to break up. Long-distance relationships can be very difficult, but they’re not impossible. These days, there are so many ways to stay in touch with someone you love. There are even advantages to this type of relationship. Some people who can’t express their feelings easily may communicate more freely when they’re far away. And the distance can help the relationship stay exciting because when you finally get together again, it’s extra special!

You should talk with your boyfriend about your expectations: Hoe often do you need to hear from him – and to actually meet – to stay happy? When (if ever) will you want to settle down together – or a least live in the same city? If you can agree on these things, and stay honest and open with one another, your long-distance relationship can turn out beautifully! - Sophie
1.

Six months isn´t a long time to be in a long-distance relationship.
2.

Long-distance relationships never work out.
3.

These days, people are too busy to stay in touch
4.

There are good things about long-distance relationships.
5.

People are sometimes more honest when they are far away from each other.
6.

You can´t learn a lot about a person when you are in a long-distance relationship
7.

It can be good for people in a relationship to be apart for a while.
8.

If you can’t spend very much time with your partner, you should break up.
9.

A long distance-relationship can end in marriage





































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