2nd parcial (Grammar (Unit 7 (Non defining relative clauses (Who, that,…
Non defining relative clauses
Who, that, which, whose, where, when
to give extra info. The commas show the info. is not vital in the sentence
Defining relative clauses: Who, that, which, whose, where, when
to give essencial information and it is to make sense to the sentences
We use to report what another persona has said.
Direct speech (present)
Example: I like to play soccer
Reported speech (past)
Example: She said he liked to play soccer.
Expressions in film reviews
Films: happy ending, main character, play the role of, plot, scene, screenplay, soundtrack, special effects, the acting, to star.
Adjectives to describe films
Negative: awful, boring, stupid, uninspiring.
Positive: amazing, exciting, funny, great, etc.
Types of films: action, animated film, comedy, drama, fantasy, horror, musical, science fiction, thriller, war, western.
For writing announcements
Short and clear sentences, a title that attracts attention, easy to understand, include details and practical info.
Words and expressions for reporting past events
At first, first, then, a few minutes later, after, after that, finally, in the end.
I would like to begin by saying, i am going to talk about
Firstly, secondly, it is also true that, what is more, first of all, another thing is that, furthermore
fOR EXAMPLE, LOOK AT THE CASE, LAST BUT NOR LEAST, THE POINT I am trying to make, concluding, to sum up, etc.
Adjectives ending in ing and ed
amazed-amazing, bored-boring, confused-confusing, dissaponted-dissapointing, disgusted-disgusting, emarrassed-embarrassing, excited-exciting, inspired-inspiring, interested-interesting, relaxed-relaxing, surpised-surprising,etc.
Art, theatre, music
abstract painting, audience, cast, drawing, exhibition, gallery, gig, landscape, lighting, lyrics, masterpiece, orchestra, performance, play, sculpture, (self) portrait, sketch, stage, still, life, studio.
Actor, artist, composer, conductor, dancer, musician, painter, performer, scuiptor, singer-songwriter
Sports: Athletics, basketball, diving, footfall, golf, gymnastics, ice hockey, judo, sailing, skiing, swwimming, snowboarding, table tennis, volleyball, weightlifting
Venues and equipment: boots, club, course, court, goal, goggies, gym, net, pitch, pool, racket, rink, skates, skis, slope, track, trainers.
Give in, go for, join in, knock out, take up, warm up, work out