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EM2 GRAMMAR REVIEW

Vocabulary

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)

Grammar:
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)

CLEFTING

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.

WORD FORMATION

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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