حل تدريبات فقرة القواعد, ميقا قول 6 الباب السادس
حل تدريبات القاعدة الاولى:
Using where and when in adjective clauses
A. Combine each pair of highlighted sentences using where or when. Use the second sentence as the adjective clause.
🎈The King’s Palace in Riyadh is the palace. King Salman lives.
The King’s Palace in Riyadh is the palace where King Salman lives.
1. September 23rd is the day. People in Saudi Arabia celebrate National Day.
September 23rd is the day when people in Saudi Arabia celebrate National Day.
2. 1918 was the year. World War I ended.
1918 was the year when World War I ended.
3. There are websites. You can buy used textbooks.
There are websites where you can buy used textbooks.
4. 11:07 is the time. My train arrives.
11: 07 is the time when my train arrives.
5. Do you know a place? I can buy an electronic reader.
Do you know a place where I can buy an electronic reader?
6. Dubai is a city. Many towers have been built.
Dubai is a city where many towers have been built.
B. Rewrite your answers for exercise A with an alternative way of expressing where and when clauses.
The King’s Palace in Riyadh is the palace in which King Salman lives.
The King’s Palace in Riyadh is the palace that King Salman lives in.
1. September 23rd is the day on which people in Saudi Arabia celebrate National Day.
2. 1918 was the year in which World War I ended.
3. There are websites that you can buy used textbooks from.
4. 11:07 is the time at which my train arrives.
5. Do you know a place from which I can buy an electronic reader?
6. Dubai is a city in which many towers have been built.
C. Finish each sentence with an adjective clause beginning with
where or when.
🎈 When I was a child, I lived in a home where there was a lot of love .
1. I’ll always remember the day when I bought my first car.
2. I like to visit places where you can learn new things.
3. 2009 was the year when I went to China.
4. I’d like to attend a university where the standards are high.
5. I felt nervous the time when I had to give a presentation in front of the class.
6. I usually eat in restaurants where the food is inexpensive.
7. I like to go to parks where I can have a picnic.
8. I sometimes have days when I don’t want to get out of bed.
حل تدريبات القاعدة الثانية:
Using whose in adjective clauses
D. Combine each pair of sentences with whose. Use the second sentence as the adjective clause.
🎈 I need to thank the classmate. I borrowed my classmate’s cell phone.
I need to thank the classmate whose cell phone I borrowed.
1. I have neighbors. Their son has the TV on loud day and night.
I have neighbors whose son has the TV on loud day and night.
2. Is he the author? His books are so popular.
Is he the author whose books are so popular?
3. The teacher is fantastic. I’m taking the teacher’s course next semester.
The teacher whose course I’m taking next semester is fantastic.
4. I have a friend. My friend’s father is a doctor.
I have a friend whose father is a doctor.
5. He is the chef. His restaurant is notorious for causing food poisoning.
He is the chef whose restaurant is notorious for causing food poisoning.
6. Who is the person? Their moldy sandwich is in the refrigerator.
Who is the person whose moldy sandwich is in the refrigerator?
E. Fill in the blanks with whose + a logical noun.
🎈 I have a friend whose parents are very demanding.
1. Last night I saw a celebrity on TV whose behavior was annoying.
2. John is a man whose clothes are always very stylish.
3. They are popular writers whose books are well-known.
4. It is a poem whose meaning is very difficult.
5. The student whose drawing won first prize was very proud.
F. Circle who’s or whose.
1. Do you know the person (who’s / whose) standing at the back of the class?
2. He’s the guy (who’s / whose) notorious for borrowing money that he never repays.
3. Al-Kwarizmi is the mathematician (who’s / whose) ten-digit numbering system had
a great impact on mathematics and arithmetic worldwide.
4. They want to find a secretary (who’s / whose) responsible and efficient.
5. Professor Blake is the one (who’s / whose) taught us math for two years.
6. We have a friend (who’s / whose) brother is in Australia.
7. Is she the woman (who’s / whose) wallet was lost?
8. Amin is a poet (who’s / whose) poetry both my father and I enjoy.
9. I’d like to find out (who’s / whose) eaten everyone’s food.
A. Read the situations and speculate on how things might have turned out differently.
Rewrite the situation using hypothetical If-clauses for the present and the past.
Compare your ideas with a partner.
🎈Carter did not give up the search for Tutankhamen’s tomb. Carter’s team discovered the most amazing artifacts. The artifacts were moved to The Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Many people have enjoyed visiting the exhibition. If Carter had given up the search for Tutankhamen’s tomb, he wouldn’t have discovered the most amazing artifacts. The treasures wouldn’t have been dug up and exhibited in The Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Many people would not have been able to see the incredible display.
الإجابات على هذا التدريب تتفاوت, لكن هنا إجابات ممكنة:
1. A Philadelphia man visited a flea market. He purchased an old painting. Inside the painting was a valuable and rare document.
If a Philadelphia man hadn’t visited a flea market, he wouldn’t have purchased an old painting and he wouldn’t have found a valuable and rare document.
2. Teri Horton was having a garage sale. A local art teacher was passing and saw a painting. The teacher told Mrs.Horton that the painting looked like a valuable piece of art by a very famous painter.
If Teri Horton hadn’t been having a garage sale, a local art teacher would not have seen the painting. The teacher would not have told Mrs. Horton that the painting looked like a valuable piece of art by a very famous painter.
3. Terry Herbert bought a metal detector. He used the metal detector to search for treasure for more than 18 years. He didn’t give up. He visited a friend’s farm and used his metal detector on his friend’s land. He found a lot of gold. Archaeologists and historians learned a lot about England in the 5th century as a result of Terry Herbert’s discovery.
If Terry Herbert hadn’t bought a metal detector, he wouldn’t have found a lot of gold.
B. Use the cue words to write a new sentence with It’s high/about time, as though and as if.
1. Terry Herbert was not dreaming when he found 11 pounds of gold! (feel / as though / be )
Terry Herbert felt as though he were dreaming when he found 11 pounds of gold!
2. We are not rich. (spending money / as though)
We are spending money as though we were rich.
3. You should stop gossiping. (It’s high time)
It’s high time you stopped gossiping.
4. You did not see something scary. (look / as if )
You look as if you had seen something scary.
5. Adel is not an old man. (walks / as though)
Adel walks as though he were an old man.
6. You don’t own this house. (behaving / as if )
You’re behaving as if you owned this house.
7. He didn’t take lessons in public speaking. (speaks / as if )
He speaks as if he had taken lessons in public speaking.
8. Faris needs this job. (talking / as though)
Faris is talking as though he didn’t need this job.
9. My brother ought to take better care of himself. (It’s about time)
It’s about time my brother took better care of himself.
10 . She started the rumor. (pretends / as though)
She pretends as though she didn’t start the rumor.
C. Read each review of museum exhibits in a city. Complete the gaps with a vocabulary word from the chart above. There may be one more than one possible answer for some gaps.
Jeddah Regional Museum of Archaeology
The museum can be found in the (1.) historic
Khuzam Palace in the Al-Nuzlah al-Yamaniyah
in the south of Jeddah. The building, which was
originally a royal palace, is (2.) breathtaking/astonishing/incredible. There are
artifacts dating from the stone age period, and
more (3.) exhibits and (4.) artifacts which show
the rise of Islam. There is also an (5.) extraordinary/ incredible/astonishing
collection of (6.) ethnographic items which illustrate
the culture of the region in more recent times.
The Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, Cairo
The first section of the museum houses the lost (7.) treasures
of Tutankhamun, the boy pharaoh of Egypt who became a
(8.) king when he was only nine or ten years old. There
are gold masks, stunning jewelry, (9.) exquisite paintings and
inlaid boxes, and other objects of (10.) breathtaking/astonishing/incredible beauty and
craftsmanship. The next sections of the museum take you
through a tour of history, including (11.)monuments from the predynasty
and the Old Kingdom and monuments from more
recent times. In other rooms you can see (12.) ancient coins
and papyrus. There is also a hall for mummies, housing eleven
(13.) queens and kings.
D. Rewrite the sentences in your notebooks using the words in parentheses. Use inversions.
You can see ancient coins and papyrus. (not only)
Not only can you see ancient coins, but you can also see papyrus.
1. You can’t take photographs of any rooms or exhibits. (circumstances)
Under no circumstances can you take photographs of any rooms or exhibits.
2. I don’t go to museums and art galleries very much these days. (seldom)
2. Seldom do I go to museums and art galleries these days.
3. Ali and Ahmed had just arrived when the seminar finished. (sooner)
No sooner had Ali and Ahmed arrived than the seminar finished.
4. The ancient Egyptians knew about the medicinal use of oils and kohl. (not only)
Not only did the ancient Egyptians know about the medicinal use of oils but they also knew about kohl.
5. You are not allowed to touch anything. (account)
On no account must you touch anything.
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