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UNIT 8
NEW WAYS TO LEARN
Thursday, December 14st, 2017
Class
10TA
They are people who use the modern devices to learn.
GRAMMAR
RELATIVE CLAUSES
They are the modern devices that have changed the way we learn.
My laptop, which is a present from my parents, is very useful.
A tablet is also perfect for people whose work is to draw and write.
That man who came to fix the internet access for me was skillful.
Read the following sentences and find relative pronouns
Relative Pronouns
who
whose
that
which
Grammar
A relative clause is used to modify the noun or pronoun that stands right before it .
- My tablet, which is two years old, still works quite well.
- Sometimes we omit the wh-pronoun or that.
Laptop
common noun
whose cover is decorated with funny animals

defining relative clause
The laptop whose cover is decorated
with funny animals belongs to my aunt.
Note:
Long , who is only two and a half, likes to play games on a tablet.
Long
proper noun
who is only two and a half

non-defining relative clause
Note:
1. I talked to a man whose smartphone was stolen.
2. The man turned out to be her son, who had gone missing during the war.
Relative clauses are divided into two types:
Defining relative clauses
Non-defining relative clauses
Examples:
- I often use the desktop which my parents bought me five years ago.
- This is my tablet, which uses the latest digital technology.

Defining
Non-defining
What out!
A defining relative clause gives detailed and necessary information without which the sentence is incomplete. It is not placed between, or after comma(s).
Examples:
The man who came to visit us is a computer engineer.
An e-book is an electronic book which can be read on a mobile device.
What out!
A non-defining relative clause give extra information without which the sentence is still complete. It is placed between , or after comma(s).
Example:
That man, who came to visit us, is a computer engineer.
This is my brother, who is a computer engineer.
Non-defining relative clauses cannot use the pronoun “that”.
Demonstrative: This, that, these, those
Possessive: my, his, her, their…
Proper noun: John, Hoa, Obama…
Note:
- This is my brother, who is a computer
engineer.
Using who , which, that or whose to complete each of the sentences.
1. Personal electronic devices _________ distract students from their class work are banned in most schools.
2. The laptop _______ cover is decorated with funny animals belongs to my aunt.
3. My tablet, ______ is two years old, still works quite well.
which/that
whose
which
4. Students ________ have smart phones can use them to look up words in an electronic devices.
5. Some scientists think that children ______ parents allow them to use electronic devices early will have more advantages in the future.
6. Long , ____ is only two and a half, likes to play games on a tablet.
Using who , which, that or whose to complete each of the sentences.
who/that
whose
who
1. J.K. Rowling, who wrote Harry Potter, is one of the richest women in the world.
2. A customer is a person who buys something from a shop.
3. I often use the desktop which my parents bought me five years ago.
4. The man turned out to be her son, who had gone missing during the war.
Call their names
1. I talked to a man
2. We often visit our grandfather in Vinh,
3. Thank you very much for the book
4. The man turned out to be her son,
5. He admires people
6. Have you heard of John Atanasoff,
a. that you sent me.
b. whose invention changed the world?
c. who are wealthy and successful.
d. which is a city in central Viet Nam
e. whose smartphone was stolen.
f. who had gone missing during the war.
A
B
KEY
e
d
a
f
c
b
1. A building was destroyed in the fire. It has now been rebuilt.
- A building was destroyed in the fire which has now been rebuilt.
2. That computer technician served us. He was very kind.
- That computer technician, who was very kind served us.

Exercise
man/who/help/me
J.K. Rowling/who/write/Harry Potter
J.K. Rowling
Homework
Reviewing grammar point
Doing exercise in workbook
Preparing for “looking back”
 
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