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Compétence

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Mission 1

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Exercice 1 : Reduced relative clauses watching

Make full relative clauses using who or which and the auxiliary BE.

Example: The hotels shown on the map organise guided tours. → The hotels which are shown on the map...

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New Zealand is a perfect place for those seeking adventure.



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People looking for a good canoeing spot should try Cathedral Cove on the Coromandel peninsula.



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The building located next to the town hall is the maritime museum.

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You can delete the relative pronoun (who, which) or the auxiliary BE if the main verb in the relative clause is progressive or passive.

> Pronoms
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Exercice 2 : Position of adjectives

Complete the sentences with the following adjectives or adverbs.

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    1. In New Zealand you’ll find
    (1)
    (2) beaches perfect for swimming and surfing.
    2. New Zealand has
    (3)
    (4) mountains where you will enjoy skiing.
    3. New Zealand is
    (5)
    (6).

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    Adjectives come before nouns.
    Opinion adjectives come before descriptive adjectives:
    Opinion → Size → Age → Colour Origin + NOUN

    > Adejctifs
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    Exercice 3 : -ly words

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    Find the odd one out.







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    noun + -ly = adjective → friendly
    adjective + -ly = adverb → usually

    > Adejctifs

    Mission 2

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    Exercice 4 : Noun + gerund → compound nouns

    Match the words below.

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      bungee
      whale
      mountain
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      The gerund is often used to describe an activity.
      The noun before the gerund describes what the activity is about.

      > Groupe nominal
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      Exercice 5 : Collocations

      Use these prompts to match the words. Complete using the right complement. Look for an online collocation dictionary.

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        pack
        hail
        board
        live
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        A collocation is two or more words that often go together. Using the right combination will make you sound like a native speaker.

        > Collocation