Mark the correct verb form in the following conditional clauses.
- Hurry up, Judith! If we leave/ left now, we arrive/may still arrive on time.
- Sorry. I would have stopped/would stop earlier if I saw/had seen you.
- If I were/had been you, I will accept /would accept that job offer.
- Tell Samantha I will be late if she phones /will phone.
- If you may want /want, we could go/ can go clubbing tonight.
- Don’t forget to give Mrs Green my regards if you meet /met her in the library.
Add a relative pronoun only where it is necessary. Write “x”, if you do not need one.
- Tina is the nice girl ________ used to go to my tennis club.
- The sport ________ I like best is field hockey.
- I don’t like people ________ take advantage of others.
- Jim bought the present ________ we want to give Ben for his birthday.
- There is something ________ your mum wants to discuss with you.
- This is the woman ________ I talked to you about.
- This is the problem about ________ we’ll have to talk.
- The boy, ________ dog was hit by a car, cried a lot when he heard what had happened.
Listen to the track and answer the following questions.
- How many people visit the White House daily?
- When was it built?
- Who was the first President to live in the White House?
- What room is oval in shape?
- What is the President’s name whose children used to roller skate in the East Room?
- How did President Jefferson surprise his guests?
- Where is the Oval Office?
- How many stories are to be found in the White House?
- What are the tourists not allowed to do?
Make one interrogative sentence with a relative pronoun out of two sentences. Write down all three possibilities that the preposition can adopt within the sentence.
- We stayed at a nice hotel in the West End. What was the name of it?
- We drove to a castle. Where was it?
- Jill is very fond of a boy. When did she meet him?
- Ben often looks after an old lady. How old is she?
- William went to a gallery last weekend. What was the name of the gallery?
- Sue often looks after a baby boy. Who is that boy?
Translate the following sentences into English. Use the correct relative pronouns and decide whether a comma is needed.
- Die Frau, die ich auf der Fähre getroffen habe, ist aus Neuseeland.
- Die Probleme, über die wir gerade reden, sind sehr ernst.
- Das Haus, dessen Schornstein fehlt, steht leer.
- Kennst du die Leute, mit denen Mary gestern geredet hat?
- Unsere Freunde, die aus den USA sind, reisen viel.
- Wo ist das Hemd, das ich dir geliehen habe?
- Wann kommen die Bücher, die wir letzte Woche bestellt haben?
- Das ist das Geschäft, dessen Eigentümer früher unser Nachbar war.