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Relative clauses (1)

3. Lernjahr 45 Minuten
  • Aufgabe 1

    20 Minuten 13 Punkte


    Listen to the following track and find the correct answers.

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    1. Trace and her family live ...
      1. in London.
      2. in a small town near London.
    2. Her favourite subjects are ...
      1. Maths, Geography and Music.
      2. Maths, Biology and Art.
    3. She likes to play ...
      1. badminton.
      2. basketball.
    4. Tracy's friend Fiona ...
      1. has got a cat and a tortoise.
      2. two cats and three tortoises.
    5. Fiona usually ...
      1. saves her pocket money.
      2. spends her pocket money.

    Listen to the track again and answer the questions in full sentences.

    1. How old is Tracy?
    2. Has Tracy got any brothers or sisters?
    3. What kind of house does she live in?
    4. What does she do when the weather is fine?
    5. Who is Fiona?
    6. Has Fiona got any brothers or sisters?
    7. How much pocket money does Tracy get?
    8. Who gives her the pocket money?
  • Aufgabe 2

    5 Minuten 7 Punkte


    Fill in the missing words.

    1. He went to bed         (weil) he was tired.
    2. You can         (entweder) have coffee         (oder) tea.
    3. Tom doesn’t talk to Pam         (obwohl) he likes her.
    4. John didn’t win the prize         (aber) the audience (Publikum) loved him.
    5. This is         (weder) my dog         (noch) his dog.
  • Aufgabe 3

    10 Minuten 8 Punkte


    Find the suitable relative clause. If the relative pronoun corresponds to the object of the sentence leave it out.

    1. Jane Austen is a British author …
    2. Volleyball is a team sport …
    3. I like people …
    4. Justin is a boy …
    5. It’s Jim’s box …
    6. Marion loves a man …
    7. Where is the pen …
    8. The car hit the tree …
  • Aufgabe 4

    5 Minuten 4 Punkte


    Make contact clauses. Make one sentence out of two sentences.

    1. The church is very old. You can see it over there.
    2. Tummy is a cat. Mice don’t like her.
    3. The house is very big. It was built by my father.
    4. This book is very interesting. I read it last year.
  • Aufgabe 5

    5 Minuten 4 Punkte


    Translate the following sentences. Use relative pronouns.

    1. Ich mag Geschichten, die mit Helden (= heroes) zu tun (= deal with) haben.
    2. Die Menschen, deren Geschichten spannend sind, sind für mich die interessantesten.