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Grammar and vocabulary unit 6

Grammar and vocabulary unit 6 Reflexive pronouns; each other 1 Complete the sentences with reflexive pronouns.

Reflexive pronouns; each other

  • 1 Complete the sentences with reflexive pronouns.

I’m teaching myself French.

Relative pronouns

  • 4 Choose the correct words.

Grammar and vocabulary unit 6 Reflexive pronouns; each other 1 Complete the sentences with reflexive pronouns.

Football is a sport that / where many people really enjoy.

  • 1 a new mp3 player.

David bought

1

I need a quiet place that / where I can study.

  • 2 The girls looked at

in the mirror.

2

Ellie’s the girl who’s / whose moving to the USA.

  • 3 Have you hurt

Ana?

3

Where’s the book which / who Dad bought?

  • 4 We really enjoyed

at the party.

4

Is there anyone where / who can help me?

  • 5 Jessica bought

a new DVD.

5

Do you know the road where / which Kyle lives?

  • 2 Tick ( ) the correct sentences.

2 Tick ( ) the correct sentences.

6

This is the lady who’s / whose car was stolen.

We met each other in the street.

7

Is this the film that / who John liked?

  • 1 My parents always give each other cards on

 

Valentine’s Day.

Valentine’s Day.

Nouns: body decoration

 
  • 2 Jack only thinks about each other.

2 Jack only thinks about each other.
  • 5 Complete the body decoration words. Use a, e, i,

  • 3 You two look silly in those hats. Look at

o or u.

yourselves in the mirror!

yourselves in the mirror!

n a i l

v a rn i sh

  • 4 Do you and Joe still see yourselves?

4 Do you and Joe st ill see yourselves? 1 __ st __ ch __

1

__st__ch__

  • 5 How often do Sarah and Noel text each

5 How often do Sarah and Noel text each

2

 

__

other?

3

n__ckl__c__

 
  • 6 The dog defended itself against the bigger

6 The dog defended itself against the bigger
 

4

s__d__b__rns

dog.

5

l__pst__ck

 

6

__dl__cks

Indefinite pronouns: some-, any-, no-, every-

7

__rc__ng

 
  • 3 Complete the sentences with the correct ending

My dad knows everything. He’s really clever.

Verbs and adjectives: feelings

thing, body or where.

  • 6 Complete the sentences with the verb, -ed adjective or -ing adjective form of the words.

  • 1 I’m really hungry. I need

to eat.

I’m worried (worry) about you.

  • 2 to talk to on

1

The match was really

(excite).

It’s good to have long journeys.

2

I often

(surprise) my friends on

  • 3 any_________

at my new school

their birthdays.

I don’t know yet.

3

I’m

(bore). Let’s do something!

  • 4 Tom has looked

for his bag.

4

We aren’t

(interest) in fashion.

  • 5 to do here. It’s so boring!

There’s

5

Toby loves to

(shock) people

  • 6 nice for a picnic near

Is there

with his make-up.

here?

6

My little brother is really

(annoy).

  • 7 Are you looking for

special?

Sometimes I can’t stand him!

  • 8 in the kitchen.

There’s

7

Karen thinks spiders are really _____________

  • 9 Let’s go

for lunch.

(frighten).

 

6

I don’t feel

(relax) before exams.

Grammar and vocabulary unit 6 Reflexive pronouns; each other 1 Complete the sentences with reflexive pronouns.

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