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Описание презентации It is/was. . . who/which/that All (that) по слайдам
It is/was. . . who/which/that All (that) What (emphasis on subject or object ) Sheila is planting flowers in the garden It is Sheila who/that is planting flowers in the garden. ( subject – who, which, that) It is flowers that Sheila is planting in the garden. ( object — that) It is in the garden that Sheila is planting flowers. ( adverbial phrase — that) She cares only about money. All (that) she cares about is money. Jogging keeps me in shape. What keeps me in shape is jogging. Jogging is what keeps me in shape. uu
What. . . do (emphasis on verbs ) ? + ever (surprise) do/does/did+ V 1 Sharon designs clothes. What Sharon does is (to) design clothes. Sharon designed clothes. What Sharon did was (to) design clothes. Who ever told you I was getting married? Where ever did you find this old map? NOT with whose/which She believes in supernatural powers. She does believe in supernatural powers. Stay a little longer. Do stay a little longer.
to believe something is true without first making sure that it is something that allows you to make progress or begin to achieve something to use all of something so that there is none left if a machine, a vehicle, a place or an activity is. . . , it has or needs a person to control or operate it to send something such as a spacecraft, etc. into space, into the sky or through water take for granted stepping stone exhaust sth. manned launch u
someone who pays for a place to sleep, and usually for meals, in someone else’s house a person who pays rent for the use of land or a building a person or animal that lives in a particular place a person who lives in a city, town, cave, etc a person who lives or works in a room or building a person who was born in a particular place, lodger tenant inhabitant dweller occupant native u
I just took it for granted that he’d always be around. She seemed to take it for granted that I would go with her to New York.