Relative Pronouns with comics and jokes: who, which, that, when and where
We use WHO to give more information about people.
And WHEN for time.
NB! When we add more information about something by using a relative clause, we use the article THE, not a/an
If you want to see all this gathered together and more, then check the grammar s-show below that I created for my B1 students. I used comic strips and jokes to explain and to illustrate the use of relative clauses and relative pronouns. As always, at the end of the slideshow there is an exercise to practice the skills and to check understanding.
You can also hear me going through the slideshow in a video that was made for the university I am currently teaching at.
Posted on May 24, 2014, in B1, efl, esl, Grammar, PPT, Teacher's Resources and tagged efl, english grammar, esl, grammar, PPT, relative clauses, relative pronouns, Teacher's Resources, TEFL. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.