Bài tập Anh văn 11: Unit 9 - The Post Office

II. Write all the pronouns possible to complete each sentence. Write Ø if the sentence is correct without adding a pronoun.

1. We talk about the party . Sarah wants to organise for my birthday.

2. To get to Frank's house, take the main road . bypasses the village.

3. The paintings . Mr Flowers has in his house are worth around £100,000.

4. Mrs Richmond, . is 42, has three children,

5. Don is a friend . I stayed with in Australia.

6. She was probably the hardest working student . I've ever taught.

7. Stevenson is an architect . designs have won international praise.

8. The Roman coins, . a local farmer came across in a field, are now displayed in the National Museum.

9. Dorothy said something . I couldn't hear clearly.

10. There was a little . we Gould do to help her.

11. He received a low mark for his essay; . was only one page long.

12. We need to learn from companies . trading is more healthy than our own.

13. Professor Johnson, . I have long admired, is visiting the University next week.

14. The man . I introduced to you last night may be the next president of the university.

15. These walls are all . remain of the city.

 

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UNIT 9 . THE POST OFFICE I. Complete these sentences with the correct form of the words from the box. compete distribute transmit space post courteous transfer subscribe deliver satisfy All mail ...... were suspended during the strike. It's only common ...... to thank someone when they help. Do you wish to take out a full twelve-month ...... to the journal? We offer a wide range' of goods at very ...... prices. If you are ...... with our service, please write to the manager, This ticket is only used by the person who bought it. It is not ....... Fax ...... has now become a cheap and convenient way to transmit texts over distances. White walls can give a feeling of ...... The newspaper is ...... free. How much was the ...... on that letter? II. Write all the pronouns possible to complete each sentence. Write Ø if the sentence is correct without adding a pronoun. We talk about the party ...... Sarah wants to organise for my birthday. To get to Frank's house, take the main road ..... bypasses the village. The paintings ...... Mr Flowers has in his house are worth around £100,000. Mrs Richmond, ...... is 42, has three children, Don is a friend ...... I stayed with in Australia. She was probably the hardest working student ...... I've ever taught. Stevenson is an architect ...... designs have won international praise. The Roman coins, ...... a local farmer came across in a field, are now displayed in the National Museum. Dorothy said something ...... I couldn't hear clearly. There was a little ...... we Gould do to help her. He received a low mark for his essay; ...... was only one page long. We need to learn from companies ...... trading is more healthy than our own. Professor Johnson, ...... I have long admired, is visiting the University next week. The man ...... I introduced to you last night may be the next president of the university. These walls are all ...... remain of the city. III. Write the information in brackets as a relative clause (defining or non-defining) in an appropriate place in the sentence. Give alternative relative pronouns if possible. (Use - to indicate ‘no relative pronoun’.) Julia's father has just come back from a skiing holiday. (he is over 80) ........................................................ The problems faced by the company are being resolved. (I'll look at these in detail in a moment.) ........................................................ She was greatly influenced by her father. (she adored him.) ........................................................ Parents are being asked to take part in the survey. (their children are between four and six.) ........................................................ He isn't looking forward to the time. (he will have to leave at that time.) ........................................................ The Roman coins are now on display in the National Museum. (a local farmer came across them in a field.) ........................................................ He pointed to the stairs. (they led down to the cellar.) ........................................................ These drugs have been withdrawn from sale. (they are used to treat stomach ulcers.) ........................................................ The singer had to cancel her concert. (she was recovering from flu) ........................................................ The minister talked about the plans for tax reform. (he will reveal them next month.) ........................................................ We went to the Riverside Restaurant. (l once had lunch with Henry there.) ........................................................ My aunt is now a manager of a department store. (her first job was filling shelves in a supermarket.) ........................................................ John Graham's latest film is his first for more than five years. (the film is set in the north of Australia.) ........................................................ The newspaper is owned by the Mears group. (its chairperson is Sir James Bex) ........................................................ The Master's course is no longer taught. (I took this course in 1990.) ........................................................ IV. If necessary, correct or make improvements to these sentences. If they are already correct, write ü. He just said anything which came into his head. Yesterday was the hottest day I can remember. There isn't much can go wrong with the machine. Thieves whom stole paintings from Notfort art gallery have been arrested in Paris. It may be the most important decision which you will ever take. The boy took the photograph was paid £100. The Southham Chess Club, that has more than 50 members, meets weekly on Friday evenings. The clock makes a noise what keeps me awake at night. I heard many different accents in the room, but none which I could identify as British. She is one of the kindest people who I know. V. Choose the best answer. Post office is a place ...... you can buy stamps, mail letters and packages, and receive mail. A. that B. which C. where D. in which Do you know the date ...... we have to hand in the essay? A. which B. in which C. on that D. when My uncle ...... you met yesterday is a lawyer. A. which B. who C. whose D. to whom The council is in discussion with Lord Thomas, ...... land most of the village is built on. A. who B. whom C. whose D. that These adults, ...... come to my night class, are very eager to learn. A. whose B. who C. that D. when Regina, ...... you have never met before, is a genius in painting. A. that B. whose C. whom D. whoever The paintings Mr Flowers has in his house are worth around $ 100,000. A. which B. whose C. what D. whom Oxford, ...... attracts many tourists, is often crowded in the summer. A. that B. which C. whose D. where It's the best film ...... has ever been made about madness. A. which B. whom C. whose D. that She cycled from London to Glasgow, .... is pretty good for a woman of 75. A. that B. what C. which D. where Most folk songs are ballads ...... have simple words and tell simple stories. A. what B. when C. where D. that ...... wins will go on to play Barcelona in the final. A. Who B. Whoever C. Which D. Whichever I think the reason ...... we get on so well is that we both enjoy talking. A. why B. which C. that D. what Children ... diets contain high levels of protein do better in examination. A. who B. who C. whose D. Ø I'm sure that Keith will do well at university, ...... one he goes to. a. which b. whichever c. where d. wherever VI. Fill in each blank with an appropriate preposition. We take great pride ...... offering the best service in town. This post office is equiped ...... advanced technology ...... transaction. What is the Messenger Call Service used ......? Let us take care ...... your postal and telecommunication needs for now and ever. We subscribe ...... all the main medical journals. This computer isn't capable ...... running this software. She seemed satisfied ...... the results. She was fiercely proud ...... family traditions and continuity. I was useful ...... them because I could speak French. I am living away ...... my family and my relatives. VII. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one. I live in the town not far from the capital. The town ............................................ Nobody does it better than you. There isn't ........................................... Thanks to Laura's report, I was able to finish the project. Had ................................................ He got down to writing the letter as soon as he returned from his walk. No sooner ........................................... That question cannot be answered satisfactorily. There is ............................................. It is my impression that she's enjoying her new job a great deal. She seems ........................................... The secretary hasn't replied me for ten days. No reply ............................................. All of those presents were in agreement with the proposal. Everyone ............................................ It's a pity that it's too late to do anything about it. I wish ............................................... She was so good to me that I'll always remember it. I'll always remember ....................................

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