UNIT 7 "GAME ON"
Sports venues and equipment
Phrasal verbs connected with sport
Defining relative clauses
We use "who" and "that" for people,"which" and "that" for things,"whose"fror possesions, "where" for places, and "when" for times.
We can omit "who, which, that" when a noun comes inmediatily after.
We do not use commas.
We use defining relative clauses to give essential information about the person, thing, place or time in the first half of the sentence.
The sentence does nog usually make sense without the relative clause.
Non defining relative clauses
We do not use "that" in non defining.
We cannot omit the relative pronoun.
We always use commas.
We use it to give extra, non-essential information.
Useful expressions in presentations
I´d like to begin by saying...
I´m going to talk about
Firts of all
Look at the case of...
Useful words and expressions in film reviews
play the role of
Types of film