Posted by: crisdiaz24 | March 21, 2017

WHAT-CLEFT SENTENCES

WHAT-CLEFT SENTENCES

 

Emphasize the underlined information using a cleft sentence beginning with WHAT or THE THING (THAT)

 

  1. John gave a bunch of flowers to his mother.
  2. John gave a bunch of flowers to his mother.
  3. John gave a bunch of flowers to his mother.
  4. I am writing an application letter.
  5. I am writing an application letter.
  6. I am writing an application letter.
  7. You warned us about the bad weather.
  8. You didn’t warn us about the terrible roads.
  9. You can’t miss the Art Gallery.
  10. You really mustn’t miss the medieval castle.
  11. They want a better life.
  12. Visitors to Ireland always comment on the beauty of the landscape.
  13. But they are particularly impressed by the people.
  14. No one looks forward to the long, cold winters.
  15. John and Mary enjoy going away to the countryside.
  16. I’d really like a ring for my birthday.
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