7th Grammar Unit 4.3 Relexive Pronouns Ex. 11 To 17

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7th Grammar Unit 4.3 Relexive Pronouns Ex. 11 To 17

Open you book on p. 127. Watch the video Grammar Unit 4. 3 Reflexive Pronouns. Do exercises 12 to 17 (you will no do exercise 11). Do the exercises before or during the time you answer this quiz. Send the image of your results in the document found in "Archivos y Recursos" of the School's Platform. Remember you will send only one document with Grammar and Spelling Work.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Exercise 12. Reflexive Pronouns after Verbs. Complete these statements with reflexive pronouns. Your book asks you to draw a line from the reflexive pronoun to the subject. Do it in your book, but it is not possible to do it here, so just fill in the blank with the correct reflexive pronoun. Example: 1. If you are feeling anxious you should remind __yourself__ to breathe. 2. Linda told [Blank] to get up early this morning, but she didn't.
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    3. You and Amy need to give [Blank] more time to relax.
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    4. I often find  [Blank] thinking about work.
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    5. Sometimes we have to force [Blank] to smile.
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    6. If you worry too much you will make  [Blank] sick.
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    7. What do Chinese people call  [Blank] ?
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    8. In the morning, my sister and I found [Blank] alone in the house.
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    9. I don´t know why my brother lied. He needs to ask [Blank] that question?
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    10. My parents were in the U.S. for five years, but they didn't consider [Blank] to be Americans.
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    Exercise 13. Reflexive Pronouns after Prepositions. Complete these statements with reflexive pronouns. Do the check if you Agree or Disagree in the book, but you will not do it here since any answer may be valid. Example: 1. I owe it to __myself__ to eat well and exercise. 2. If you want to remember someone's name repeat it to [Blank] a few times.
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    3. When I tell my friends a secret, I want them to keep it to [Blank].
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    4. You should always listen to [Blank].
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    5. Most people like to hear good things about [Blank].
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    6. A newborn animal cant take care of [Blank].  (Be careful here, consider that an animal is not a person.)
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    7. Children need to learn to think for [Blank].
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    8. You shouldn't talk about [Blank] all the time. It's rude.
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    14. Pronunciation Note: Reflexive Pronouns. The audio of the note is in the video. Make sure you have seen the video to have access to the audio of  exercise 14 and 15. I have watched the video of this topic and have listened to the audios.
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False

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    15. Giving Emphasis with Reflexive Pronouns. Complete the conversations with reflexive pronouns. Then listen to the audio in the video. Practice saying the sentences with reflexive pronouns. Look carefully at your book because you will not find the complete conversations here. 1. B: Why doesn't he just invite me ______ ?
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    2. B: I can't. You have to get it  [Blank].
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    3. B: Nobody. We did it  [Blank].
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    4. B: Don´t worry about it. I can never remember it [Blank].
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    5. B: No, she lost it [Blank].
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    6. B: Thanks. It's from Anna. She made it [Blank]!
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    7. Yeah, they didn't need it  [Blank].
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    8. B: It's on the desk. You left it there [Blank].
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