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Test No 3 Group Name:                    Date:

Group work:

Group members: Please put in your last names
 
 

1. 2. 3.
4. 5. 6.

1st Northern Ireland: Write a summary of the following topics:

2nd BSE: Write a summary about (The topics vary according to the amount of members in a group)

3rd Words: Give a definition to the following words (6) using relative clauses
 
 

somnipathy visual disorder nvCJD
tinned foods IRA casualty

Helping materials



Single work:

Defining relative clauses with persons and things, in subject and object case, with and without preposition or relative pronoun (contact clause), up to 3 variations

Test No 3 Name:                                                                 Date:

The Camp

Hannah is talking to a friend who she has met at a holiday camp in Derry, Northern Ireland. Her name is Sally.
 

Complete the dialogue with the relative pronounswhich, that...(to), ----, who, whose, whom...(to)!

 
Sally:
Hello, Hannah. Who's the girl ......................was with you just now?
Hannah:
Oh, that's Marie. She's the new friend............................ I made at the camp.
Sally:
You mean the one .........................................lives in Belfast?
Hannah: Yes. Do you know, that was the first holiday ..................... she had ever had?
Sally: Really? - You enjoyed the time ...............................you spent at the camp, didn't you?
Hannah: Almost everyone ............................ was there enjoyed it. 

There were one or two people.................... idea of fun was to fight each other - but not many.

Sally: What were the activities like in ................................ you participated?
Hannah: Really tough - but that was good. I did lots of things ................ I never thought of . 

I even built a raft on .................................. had to cross a river.

Sally: And what about the RUC* officers ...........................looked after you?
Hannah: They were great. There was always someone ..................... you could talk to.
Sally: That sounds good. Can you give me the address .....................to write to ?
Hannah: I can do better. I can show you the place .................you can meet the 

officer ....................... runs the camp. He's a good friend of mine, now.



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