OBJECT PRONOUN/CONJUNCTIONS/DETERMINERS/QUESTION WORDS
CONJUNCTIONS: WHEN AND WHILE
I was doing my homework when the telephone rang.
They were driving home when the saw an accident.
While I was doing my homework, the telephone rang.
While they were driving home they saw an accident.
DETERMINERS: TOO AND ENOUGH
This skirt is too casual.
This skirt is not smart enough
These trousers are too short
These trousers are not long enough.
DEFINING RELATIVE CLAUSES WITH WHO, WHICH AND WHERE
I like people who are friendly.
It is a film which has a lot of action in it.
This is the school where they met.
Someone made a cake.
I saw something on the floor.
The football was somewhere in the garden.
There wasn’t anyone at the door.
It isn’t anything important.
We couldn’t find him anywhere.
No one came to the party.
There was nothing interesting on TV.
I have nowhere to put my stuff.
OBJECT PRONOUN: one(s)
Which one do you like?
I like the one with the
stars on it.
Which ones do you
I want the black ones.
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- POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS – MINE, YOURS
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