a) The city which was struck bv a huge earthquake in 1995 in Japan is Kobe.
The city ...
The country ...
The animal ...
The explorer ...
The animal ....
The ASEAN country ...
h) Which food you can chew but you cannot swallow and which one you can swallow but vou cannot chew?
a) Viet Nam which is in south-east Asia exports rice.
» Viet Nam. which is in south-east Asia, exports rice.
b) Kangaroos which come from Australia have lone tails.
c) Ba who lives on Trang Tien Street likes playing the guitar.
d) The novel that you gave me on my birthday has been lost.
e) Neil Armstrong who first walked on the moon lived in the USA.
f) The chair that I bought yesterday is broken.
g) Miss Lien who sings very well is mv English teacher.
4.Rewrite the sentences in Exercise 3. Replace each underlined clause with a clause YOU have written. You may use facts or your imagination.
Kangaroos, which come fiom Australia, have Ions, tails.
Kangaroos, which can be seen everywhere in Australia, have long tails. Kangaroos, which are called chuot till in Vietnamese, have long tails.
1.The city in Japan which was struck bv a huge earthquake in 1995 is Kobe.
2.The country which won the 1998 Tiger Cup is Singapore.
3.The animal which has one or two horns (sừng) on its snout (mũi) is rhinoceros (tê giác).
4.The explorer who discovered America was Columbus Christopher
5.The plaru't which is closest to the earth is Mars.
6.The animal in Vietnam, which was chosen to be the logo of SEA Games 2003, is the buffalo.
7.The AS KAN country which is divided into two regions by the sea is Malaysia.
8.The food which you can chew but you cannot swallow is chewing gums anti the thing you can swallow bin you cannot chew is water.
1.Which is Ihe longest river in Indochina?
(The river which is the longest in Indochina is the Mekong River.)
2.Which mountain is the highest in the world?
(The mountain which is the highest in the world is Mount Evere.stj
3.Who first invented the paper money Viet Nam?
( Ho Quy Ly first invented ihe paper money in Viet Nam.)
4.Which river divided Viet Nam into two regions in Nguyen - Trinh dynasties (triéu
I 1 hi" river which divided Viet Nam into two regions in Nguven Trĩnh dynasties is Tile Gianh River.)
5.Which country is ihe largest in the world?
(The country which is ihe largest in the world is Russia.)
6.Who invented ihe television?
(The person who invented the television was a Scotsman named John Logie Baird.)
7.Which animal represents the North Pole?
(The animal which represents the North Pole is the polar bear (gấu tráng).
8.Who invented the system of reading and writing for the blind?
(The person whop invented the system of reading and writing lor the blind was Louis Braille.)
3.Match each of the sentences in Column A with a related, sentence in Column R. Then use a suitable relative pronoun to join the two sentences.
(Ghép mỗi cáu ờ cột A với câu liên hệ ở cột B. Sau đó dùng đại từ quan hệ thich hợp nối hai cáu.)
a. Andrew is flying to Sacramento, which is the capital of California.
b. In the winter of 2002, it snowed inLang Son. which is on the Ky Cung River.
c. Pompeii, which was completely destroyed in AD 79 by an eruption of Mount Vesuvius, is an ancient city of Italy.
d. Hurricane Andrew, which swept through southern Florida in August 1992, killed 41 peoplir- and made more than 200,000 homeless.
e. The cyclone of November 1970 in Bangladesh, which is bordered by the Bay of Bengal on the south, was one of the worst natural disasters of the 20th century.
f. The most disastrous earthquake in Japanese historv, which occurred in 1923, damaged Tokyo and Yokohama and killed about 150,000 people.
g. The October 1989 Lorna Prieta earthquake, which caused extensive damage to older buildings in San Franscisco Bay Area, measured 7.1 on the Richter scale.
4.Underline the relative clause in the sentence. Then add commas to separate the non-defining relative rlnuse from the rest of the sentence.
(Gạch dưới mệnh để quan hệ trong cáu, Sau đó thêm dấu phúy dề ngăn cách mệnh dề quan hệ không xức định với phẩn còn tại của câu.)
- Vietnam, which is in the south-east Asia ■ exports rice.
- Kangaroos, which comp from Australia, have long tails.
- Ba, who lives in Trang Tien Stregt. likes plaving the guitar.
- The novel that is well-written is on the table.
- Neil Armstrong, who walked on the moon, lived in the USA.
- The chaừ that 1 bought is broken.
- Miss Lien, who has two sisters, is mv English teacher.
5.Rewrite the sentences in Exercise 3. Replace each underlined clause U’ith a clause you have written. You may use facts or your imagination.
a.Vietnam, which is a country member of ASIAN, exports rice.
b.Kangaroos, which stand for Australia, have long tails..
c.Ba, whose house is on Trang Tien Street, likes playing the guitar.
e. Neil Armstrong, who was ihe first man walking on the moon, was an American.
g.Miss Lien, who is the youngest and loveliest in our school, is mv English teacher.