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Compétence

Langue : je maitrise les codes de la langue.

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...

1
New Zealand is a perfect place for those seeking adventure.



2
People looking for a good canoeing spot should try Cathedral Cove on the Coromandel peninsula.



3
The building located next to the town hall is the maritime museum.



HINT



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.

1
  • simply
  • really
  • sandy
  • white
  • snowy
  • gorgeous
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).



HINT



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.









HINT



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.

1
  • jumping
  • biking
  • watching
bungee
whale
mountain


HINT



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.

1
  • the dream
  • a bag
  • a taxi
  • a plane
pack
hail
board
live


HINT



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

> Collocation
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