Partial 2 (Unit 7 ) (Vocabulary (Sports (Athletics, basketball, diving,…
Partial 2 (Unit 7 )
Athletics, basketball, diving, football, golf, gymnastics, ice hockey, judo, sailing, skiing, swimming, snowboarding, table tennis, volleyball, weightlifting.
Phrasal verbs connected with sport
Give in, go for, join in, knock out, take up, warm up, work out.
Sport venues and equipment
Boots, club, course, court, goal, googgles, gum, net, pitch, pool, racket, rink, skates, skis, slope, track, trainers.
Defining relative clauses
We use defining relative clauses to give essential information about the person, thing, place ortime in the first half of a sentence
The sentence does not ussually make sense without the relative clause
Form: We use who and that for people, wich and that for things, whose for possessions, where for places, and when for times.
In defining relative clauses we can omit who, wich or that when a noun or pronoun comes inmediately after.
Non-defining relative clauses
We use non-defining clauses to give extra
Giving a presentation
Beggining a presentation:
I'd like to begin by saying...
I'm going to talk about...
I's also true that...
First of all,
Another thing is that...
For example, Look at the case of...
Finally, Last but not least, The point I'm trying to make is...
For instance, Concluding, to sum up, In short.
A film review
happy ending, main character, play the role, plot, scene, screenplay, soundtrack, special effects, the acting, to star
Adjectives to describe films:
Positive: amazing, exciting, funny, hilarious, great, inspiring, interesting, spectacular.
Negative: awful, boring, stupid, uninspiring.
Types of film:
action, animated, comedy, drama, fantasy, horror, musical, science fiction, thriller, war, western.