EM2 GRAMMAR REVIEW
1. Whatsoever, Whatever, Elsewhere, Without
2. Unless = if not (pg 102) and hypothetical conditionals (pg 102)
3. Compound Adjectives usingprefixes: one-, narrow-, ill-, poorly- (pg 141)
4. difference between: correct, accurate, close, targeted (adjectives)
5. difference between: cover, surface, top and coating(nouns)
6. difference between: recognition, reward, response and review (verbs)
7. Phrasal verbs with up (84)
8. word formation with appear, distinguish, visual and developMetaphoric language
1. melt (like ice), faded (like light), crawled (like a worm), stampeded (like cattle)
2. flitting, surging (like a flood), sprinting (like an athlete),fidgeting (like a restless child)
3. swerved, swooped, swept, spun, wind (verb)
1. verbs of reported speech and its patterns
2. clefting (129)
3. so and such (pg 115)4. participle clauses (pg 92)
5. relative clauses with quantifiers (pg 92)
What I really wanted was a new bike. ORIGINAL: I really wanted a new bike
It was AlbertEinstein who discovered relativity. ORIGINAL: Albert Einstein discovered relativity.
RELATIVE CLAUSES WITH QUANTIFIERS
Mrs. Johnson had three children, two of whom became doctors.SO and SUCH
SO is for adjectives: Soccer is so boring that I often fall asleep watching it.
SUCH is for nouns: English is such an easy language that I always get good marks.UNLESS
Unless I study hard for the exam, I will probably fail.
APPEAR: noun (APPEAR_ _ _CE): adjective (APP_R_ _T), adverb (APPA_ _ NT _ _)
DISTINGUISH:noun (DISTIN_TI_ _): adjective (DISTINGUISH_ BL _): adverb (DISTINGUISH _ B _ _)
VISUAL: noun (VIS _ _ N): adjective (VISI _ _E) : ADVERB (VISI _ _Y)
DEVELOP: noun (DEVELOP _ _ _T) :
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