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Review for the Final Exam<br />Advanced 2<br />
Exercise 1<br />It is OK to omit the relative pronoun in:<br />B<br />C<br />D<br />
Exercise 2<br />Non Defining – Kimchi, which is a famous Korean food, is made of cabbage.<br />Defining – Only people who speak Spanish can apply for that job.<br />Non Defining – I live in Brasilia, which is the capital of my country.<br />Defining – The painting that I saw at the exhibition were really unusual.<br />Defining – A river which is polluted is not safe for swimming or fishing.<br />Non Defining – Maya, who was absent yesterday, didn`t hand in her homework.<br />
Exercise 3<br />My father, who has had …years, is a high school teacher.<br />The car which is parked in front of the house is mine.<br />I want to get a cheap camera which will take good pictures.<br />We took a trip to Australia, which is a great place for a vacation.<br />Jason has a dog that likes to eat spaghetti.<br />I want to marry a man who loves children.<br />
Exercise 4<br />We went to a great new restaurant which opened last week.<br />My best friend is Sun-hee, who I met when I was in elementary school.<br />Miami, which is in southern Florida, has a warm sunny climate.<br />People who drink a lot of coffee often have trouble sleeping.<br />Susan Sarandon, who is my favorite actress, made three movies last year.<br />I don`t understand all the expressions that the teacher uses in class.<br />
Exercise 7 <br />Am going to sit<br />Is going to start<br />Am going to complain<br />Are meeting<br />e) Going to answer<br />f) Is going to play<br />g) Am going to get<br />h) Is going to stop<br />i) Is going to increase<br />j) Am teaching<br />
Exercise 8<br />I’ll be working<br />I’ll have finished<br />You will still be living<br />I’ll be snuggling up<br />The holiday will have finished<br />My meeting will have ended<br />
Exercise 9<br />Are going to stay/ will stay ; come<br />Will come; see ; have<br />Will be ; are<br />Come ; will give<br />Show; am going to correct<br />Am going to talk/ am talking ; arrive<br />