Learning English is not hard -at first anyway. The devil is in the details and nuance. In this issue we are going to look at contractions like whatch and gonna. This some might say is lazy language, but you should know it when you hear it, even if you choose not to use such contractions. It's all relative, so I've included some relative clauses, which are, which and who. There are, of course, a lot more. You can look at further definitions at https://www.englishclub.com/grammar/pronouns-relative.htm. and here are more grammar exercises with relative clauses: https://www.myenglishpages.com/site_php_files/grammar-exercise-relative-clauses.php. If you like my page tell everyone you know, if you don't like something please tell me. See you next lesson for Business English and American culture with attitude and humor. Somebody's (somebody has) got to do it, right?
I hope you enjoyed this edition of Bauenglish. The answers to the exercises is as follows: Which, Who or x 1, x 2, which 3, x 4, who 5, which 6 which 7, which 8, x 9, who 10, who.
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