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2 1.Clauses with Relative Adverbs: when, where, whyClauses with Relative Adverbs: when, where, why 2.N(P) + that-clause (Appositive)N(P) + that-clause (Appositive)

3 1. We find that superstitions and beliefs are mostly found in situations where there is uncertainty about the future, or during times of personal crisis when events seem to be beyond human control. Examples 1.Clauses with Relative Adverbs: when, where, whyClauses with Relative Adverbs: when, where, why

4 2. The reason why Im not sure what my brother and sister did at the center is that I was too busy doing my own thing at that time. Examples 1.Clauses with Relative Adverbs: when, where, whyClauses with Relative Adverbs: when, where, why

5 Exercise A Combine each pair of the following sentences with a proper relative adverb. The first one has been done for you. I remember the day. 1. I remember the day. I met Diane that day. I met Diane that day. I remember the day when I met Diane. I remember the day when I met Diane.

6 The year when William Gilbert discovered static electricity was The year was The year was In that year, William Gilbert discovered static electricity. Exercise A Combine each pair of the following sentences with a proper relative adverb. The first one has been done for you.

7 We are planning to visit the house. 3. We are planning to visit the house. A great artist was born in the house. We are planning to visit the house where a great artist was born. Exercise A Combine each pair of the following sentences with a proper relative adverb. The first one has been done for you.

8 Japan is one of the few countries. 4. Japan is one of the few countries. In those countries, people drive on the left. Japan is one of the few countries where people drive on the left. Exercise A Combine each pair of the following sentences with a proper relative adverb. The first one has been done for you.

9 Andy had a flat tire on the way here. 5. Andy had a flat tire on the way here. Andy was late because of that. Andy was late because of that. The reason why Andy was late was that he had a flat tire on the way here. Exercise A Combine each pair of the following sentences with a proper relative adverb. The first one has been done for you.

10 Exercise B Tony runs into a young man, but somehow he feels he has met the man somewhere before. Complete the following dialogue between them with proper relative adverbs and the given words. The first one has been done for you. T: Have we met before? M: Sure. We went to the same junior high. Every morning on your way to school, you would pass by the house 1 where my family and I lived (my family/I/ live).

11 T: Oh, yes. Now, I remember. That is 2 (reason/you/look/familiar /me). I still remember those days 3 (reason/you/look/familiar /me). I still remember those days 3 (we/be/so/young/ carefree). (we/be/so/young/ carefree). the reason why you look familiar to me when we were so young and carefree

12 M: You know, maybe we should find some time to get together. T: Sure. When? Where? M: How about this Saturday noon, at the restaurant near our school 4 (we/ used/have/lunch)? (we/ used/have/lunch)? T: Sounds great. See you then. where we used to have lunch

13 OK, its the end of the Sentence Pattern 1. BACK

14 2.N(P) + that-clause (Appositive) A superstition is a belief that one event will cause another event which is in no way related. Example

15 Exercise A Combine each pair of the following sentences with the pattern above. The first one has been done for you. Is there any proof that the purse is yours? The purse is yours. 1. The purse is yours. Is there any proof? Is there any proof?

16 Our school won the basketball game. 2. Our school won the basketball game. We just heard the news. We just heard the news that our school won the basketball game. Exercise A Combine each pair of the following sentences with the pattern above. The first one has been done for you.

17 Marian is a great singer. 3. Marian is a great singer. The fact is known to everyone. The fact is known to everyone. The fact that Marian is a great singer is known to everyone. Exercise A Combine each pair of the following sentences with the pattern above. The first one has been done for you.

18 Time flies. 4. Time flies. There is plenty of truth in the saying. There is plenty of truth in the saying. There is plenty of truth in the saying that time flies. Exercise A Combine each pair of the following sentences with the pattern above. The first one has been done for you.

19 Everybody took me for a fool. 5. Everybody took me for a fool. I had a feeling. I had a feeling. I had a feeling that everybody took me for a fool. Exercise A Combine each pair of the following sentences with the pattern above. The first one has been done for you.

20 Exercise B Complete the following dialogue between a reporter and Mr. Li, a famous scientist in Taiwan, by using the pattern and the words given. The first one has been done for you. R: What do you think about superstitions? L: A superstition is 1 a belief that one event will cause another event which is in no way related. (one event/ another event/a belief that/ will cause/in no way related/which is)

21 It is based on old ideas, not reason. R: So, you don't believe that carrying a rabbit's foot will bring you good luck? L: No, I dont. I always remember 2 L: No, I dont. I always remember 2. (bring/and good preparations/a thought that/hard work/good luck). (bring/and good preparations/a thought that/hard work/good luck) a thought that hard work and good preparations bring good luck Exercise B

22 R: But, sometimes we do have bad luck and suffer a lot. What do you say about that? L: Havent you heard of 3 L: Havent you heard of 3 ? (the worse luck now/the old saying that/another time/the better) ? (the worse luck now/the old saying that/another time/the better) the old saying that the worse luck now, the better another time the old saying that the worse luck now, the better another time Exercise B

23 Besides, I am of 4. (bad luck/the idea that/ something/is good for) Don't you think so? R: Yes. I agree. Finally, would you please summarize your ideas about superstitions in a few words? the idea that bad luck is good for something the idea that bad luck is good for something Exercise B

24 L: OK. It is 5. (a good heart/my personal belief that/bad luck/stops) R: Thanks a lot for your time with us today. L: You are welcome. It was my pleasure to talk with you. my personal belief that a good heart stops bad luck my personal belief that a good heart stops bad luck Exercise B

25 OK, its the end of the Sentence Pattern 2. BACK


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