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GRAMMAR RACE. NOUN CLAUSES ( Azar 2 Ch. 14). dırectıons. Make groups of 3. Give a small board and a board marker to each group. Each group chooses a writer. Groups answer the questions by writing on the small boards.

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grammar race

GRAMMAR RACE

NOUN CLAUSES (Azar 2 Ch. 14)

d rect ons
dırectıons
  • Make groups of 3.
  • Give a small board and a board marker to each group.
  • Each group chooses a writer.
  • Groups answer the questions by writing on the small boards.
  • If the group finds the answer in 10 seconds, it gets 10 points.
  • The group needs to write all the possible answers.
  • The group with the most points win.
choose the correct answer
Choose the correct answer
  • Nobody knows _____________ the beginning of a tornado.

a. How we can predict

b. How can we predict

c. What we can predict

d. That we can predict

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Choose the correct answer
  • Nobody knows _____________ the beginning of a tornado.

a. How we can predict

b. How can we predict

c. What we can predict

d. That we can predict

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Choose the correct answer

2. Our teacher says _____________ a tornado before.

a. That he seen

b. What he saw

c. That he has seen

d. What he has seen

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2. Our teacher says _____________ a tornado before.

a. That he seen

b. What he saw

c. That he has seen

d. What he has seen

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Choose the correct answer

3. Have you ever seen _____________?

a. What can a tornado do

b. That a tornado can do what

c. What a tornado can do that

d. What a tornado can do

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3. Have you ever seen _____________?

a. What can a tornado do

b. That a tornado can do what

c. What a tornado can do that

d. What a tornado can do

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4. _____________is so small compared to the psychological damage it can cause.

a. What physical damage a tornado causes

b. When a tornado damages

c. What physical damage

d. Where a tornado causes

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4. _____________is so small compared to the psychological damage it can cause.

a. What physical damage a tornado causes

b. When a tornado damages

c. What physical damage

d. Where a tornado causes

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5. _____________is a well-known fact.

a. Tornadoes deadly

b. That tornadoes are deadly

c. Are tornadoes deadly

d. That are deadly tornadoes

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5. _____________is a well-known fact.

a. Tornadoes deadly

b. That tornadoes are deadly

c. Are tornadoes deadly

d. That are deadly tornadoes

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6. _____________, tornadoes can strike without warning.

a. According to what scientists have learned

b. According to learned

c. According to what

d. Scientists have learned

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6. _____________, tornadoes can strike without warning.

a. According to what scientists have learned

b. According to learned

c. According to what

d. Scientists have learned

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7. It is recommended __________ if you see a tornado coming your way.

  • You shelter that
  • That you seek shelter
  • You seek that shelter
  • That shelter seeks you
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7. It is recommended __________ if you see a tornado coming your way.

  • You shelter that
  • That you seek shelter
  • You seek that shelter
  • That shelter seeks you
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8. Scientists are trying to learn __________.

  • If can ever we predict tornadoes
  • If tornadoes can ever be predicted
  • Why are tornadoes unpredictable

d. Are tornadoes unpredictable

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8. Scientists are trying to learn __________.

  • If can ever we predict tornadoes
  • If tornadoes can ever be predicted
  • Why are tornadoes unpredictable

d. Are tornadoes unpredictable

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9. __________ depends on the population of the town where the storm strikes.

  • How much damage can a tornado do
  • A tornado can do damage
  • Can a tornado do damage
  • How much damage a tornado can do
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9. __________ depends on the population of the town where the storm strikes.

  • How much damage can a tornado do
  • A tornado can do damage
  • Can a tornado do damage
  • How much damage a tornado can do
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10. __________ depends on who prepares for it and takes it seriously.

  • Who survives a tornado
  • Can anyone survive a tornado
  • Where survives a tornado
  • If tornadoes happen
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10. __________ depends on who prepares for it and takes it seriously.

  • Who survives a tornado
  • Can anyone survive a tornado
  • Where survives a tornado
  • If tornadoes happen
complete the d alogue
Complete the dıalogue

11. A: Whose car is that?

B: I don’t know_______________________________.

complete the d alogue1
Complete the dıalogue

11. A: Whose car is that?

B: I don’t know whose car that is.

complete the d alogue2
Complete the dıalogue

12. A: Whose car is in front of Sam's house?

B: I don't know ______________________________.

complete the d alogue3
Complete the dıalogue

12. A: Whose car is in front of Sam's house?

B: I don't know whose car is in front of Sam’s house.

complete the d alogue4
Complete the dıalogue

13. A: Are you tired?

B: Why do you want to know______________ tired?

A: You look tired. I'm worried about you.

complete the d alogue5
Complete the dıalogue

13. A: Are you tired?

B: Why do you want to know if I am tired?

A: You look tired. I'm worried about you.

complete the d alogue6
Complete the dıalogue

14. A: How long (the oldest whales, live)______________?

B: Nobody knows for sure how long (the oldest whales, live)___________________.

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Complete the dıalogue

14. A: How long (the oldest whales, live) do the oldest whales live?

B: Nobody knows for sure how long (the oldest whales, live) the oldest whales live.

change the question to a noun clause
CHANGE THE QUESTION TO A NOUN CLAUSE

15. Is Tom coming?

I wonder ___________________________________.

change the question to a noun clause1
CHANGE THE QUESTION TO A NOUN CLAUSE

15. Is Tom coming?

I wonder if (whether) Tom is coming.

give the meaning of so by writing a that clause
gIVE THE MEANING OF “SO” BY WRITING A THAT-CLAUSE

16. A: Does Alice have a car?

B: I don’t think so.

(= I don’t think _______________________________.)

give the meaning of so by writing a that clause1
gIVE THE MEANING OF “SO” BY WRITING A THAT-CLAUSE

16. A: Does Alice have a car?

B: I don’t think so.

(= I don’t think that Alice has a car.)

give the meaning of so by writing a that clause2
gIVE THE MEANING OF “SO” BY WRITING A THAT-CLAUSE

17. A: Did Alex pass his French course?

B: I think so.

(= I think___________________________________.)

give the meaning of so by writing a that clause3
gIVE THE MEANING OF “SO” BY WRITING A THAT-CLAUSE

17. A: Did Alex pass his French course?

B: I think so.

(= I think that Alex passed his French course.)

give the meaning of so by writing a that clause4
gIVE THE MEANING OF “SO” BY WRITING A THAT-CLAUSE

18. A: Did you pass the test?

B: I hope so.

(= I hope ___________________________________.)

give the meaning of so by writing a that clause5
gIVE THE MEANING OF “SO” BY WRITING A THAT-CLAUSE

18. A: Did you pass the test?

B: I hope so.

(= I hope that I passed the test.)

give the meaning of that clause by writing so or not
gIVE THE MEANING OF THAT-CLAUSE BY WRITING “SO” or “not”

19. A: Did you lose your purse?

B: I hope that I didn’t.

(= I hope _____________.)

give the meaning of that clause by writing so or not1
gIVE THE MEANING OF THAT-CLAUSE BY WRITING “SO” or “not”

19. A: Did you lose your purse?

B: I hope that I didn’t.

(= I hope not.)

give the meaning of that clause by writing so or not2
gIVE THE MEANING OF THAT-CLAUSE BY WRITING “SO” or “not”

20. A: Do you want to come with us?

B: I don’t know. I guess that I don’t want.

(= I guess _____________.)

give the meaning of that clause by writing so or not3
gIVE THE MEANING OF THAT-CLAUSE BY WRITING “SO” or “not”

20. A: Do you want to come with us?

B: I don’t know. I guess that I don’t want.

(= I guess not.)