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Jaw Droppers. See this and think. What are carnivorous animals? What about plants; are there carnivorous plants? Do you have some information about amazing life forms?. Think . How does the Venus Fly Trap attract and attack insects? How are they adapted for life as a carnivorous plant?.

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see this and think
See this and think
  • What are carnivorous animals? What about plants; are there carnivorous plants?
  • Do you have some information about amazing life forms?
think
Think
  • How does the Venus Fly Trap attract and attack insects?
  • How are they adapted for life as a carnivorous plant?
identifying a process
Identifying a process

Some non-fiction texts explain how some processes or phenomena occur.

identifying a process1
Identifying a process

Consists of different steps or processes which are explained clearly and carefully

providing more details
Providing more details

using participles as adjectives

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Present

(Verb+ing)

Participles

Past participle

adjectives
Adjectives
  • Mention some adjectives that you know.

Beautiful, bad, tall, small, big, skinny, etc.

  • What is the function of an adjective?

To modify -or give more explanation- nouns

participles as adjectives
Participles as adjectives

Using either present or past participle to modify (give more explanation) nouns.

Examples:

This amazingcar really draws my attention.

This boringsong just makes me sleepy.

The trappedinsect couldn’t get out from the plant.

The doomedhouse is now rebuilt.

participles as subordinate clauses
Participles as subordinate clauses
  • Still remember about clauses?
  • What about subordinate clauses?

She was the girl whom I met at the party.

Triggered by the news, John rushed to NY.

participles as subordinate clauses1
Participles as subordinate clauses
  • The man ran very fast.
  • He won the gold medal.

Running very vast, the man won the gold medal.

  • The snake hid among the bush.
  • It caught a small frog.

Hiding among the bush, the snake caught a small frog.

participles as subordinate clauses2
Participles as subordinate clauses
  • The man read very carefully.
  • He passed the entrance test.

Reading very carefully, the man passed the entrance test.

  • The lioness eyed a fleshy ox.
  • It attacked in a sudden.

Eyeing a fleshy ox, the lioness attacked in a sudden.

participles as subordinate clauses3
Participles as subordinate clauses
  • The man was summoned by his boss.
  • He was so surprised.

Summoned by his boss, the man was so surprised.

  • The ox was caught by a lioness.
  • It moved in any direction.

Caught by a lioness, the ox moved in any direction.

participles as subordinate clauses4
Participles as subordinate clauses

Mr. Nutcraker went to an (amaze) concert yesterday. He was there with many (hypnotize) audiences. They loved the way the pianist played Beethoven's sonata. He said it was not (bore) at all, in fact the (comfort) sound of the piano made him relaxed.

participles as subordinate clauses5
Participles as subordinate clauses

Mr. Nutcraker went to an (amazing) concert yesterday. He was there with many (hypnotized) audiences. They loved the way the pianist played Beethoven's sonata. He said it was not (boring) at all, in fact the (comforting) sound of the piano made him relaxed.

providing more info about the verbs
Providing more info about the verbs
  • By using a connector and participle at once
  • Connector + Participle

Examples:

Unless reprimanded by Ms.Elsie, James will not understand.

Ronn usually fells asleep afterexercising.

relative pronouns
Relative pronouns
  • By using a relative pronouns such as: who, whose, which, that, when and where
  • This is to modify a noun/pronoun that comes before it.

Examples:

Tom was the man who texted me last night.

The lady whose purse is red is my mum.

relative pronouns1
Relative pronouns
  • By using a relative pronouns such as: who, whose, which, that, when and where
  • This is to modify a noun/pronoun that comes before it.

Examples:

Tom was the man who texted me last night.

The lady whose purse is red is my mum.

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Relative pronouns
  • Josh is my brother.
  • He is a carpenter.

Josh, who is a carpenter, is my brother.

  • The weather is cold and windy in Moscow.
  • Moscow is the place I live.

Moscow, where I live, is cold and windy.

simple general hints
Simple, general hints

person

person

person/thing

thing

who

whom

whose

which

verb

person

thing

person/thing