Tuesday, 5 November 2013

Speakout Advanced p 36. RELATIVE CLAUSES. Extra Error Correction



Correct the error in each sentence. Omit the relative pronouns if it is possible.

1.      To take my life in my hands, I walked to the very end of the high diving board.
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2.      I wasn’t sure what to address the letter to, so I put ‘The Manager’.
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3.      Most of the guests turned up two hours early, that took us by surprise.
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4.      Whoever that he spoke to last was probably the person who murdered him.
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5.      The book I bought for his birthday is one where I enjoyed very much myself.
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6.      There’s a chance that I may be late, in that case I’ll phone you.
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7.      Everyone admires her. She’s the kind of person whose everyone looks up to.
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8.      No one knows who she is. She is the only member of the gang who the identity remained a secret.
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KEY


        1. Taking my life in



2. who to address



3. which took us



4. Whoever he spoke



5. is one which



6. in which case I’ll



7. person everyone looks



8. gang whose identity has
 

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