P1 W38 M4 Linking words

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This lesson contains 38 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 1 video.

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Get out your laptops
Put away your phone
Put your bag on the floor

Slide 2 - Slide

REMINDER
Don't forget to order your "examenbundel" before October 1st.

geen examenbundel = geen toegang tot examenvoorbereidingslessen

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LINKING WORDS / signal words



signaalwoorden

Slide 4 - Slide

The goal of this lesson:


*I know the types of linking words 

*I can use them in a sentence
 

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Why is it important to be able to speak English?

Slide 6 - Slide

Slide 7 - Video

What are 'linking words'?
You can answer in Dutch

Slide 8 - Open question

Name the types of 'linking words'

Slide 9 - Open question

Emphasis
Addition
Contrast
Result
however
in contrast
above all
furthermore
nevertheless
most importantly
on the other hand
consequently
certainly
besides
moreover
what is more
due to
therefore
so
that is why
for instance
although
in fact

Slide 10 - Drag question

Which word do we NOT use to give an example?
A
for example
B
namely
C
for instance
D
furthermore

Slide 11 - Quiz

The words:
And, In addition, As well as,
Also, Too, Furthermore, Moreover, Apart from
In addition to ,Besides
Are used to .......?......information
A
explain
B
summarise
C
add
D
order

Slide 12 - Quiz

The words: In short
In brief, In summary,To summarise, In a nutshell, To conclude
In conclusion

Are used to ......?........information
A
summarise
B
explain
C
order
D
give examples of

Slide 13 - Quiz

The words: The former,
Firstly, secondly, finally, The first point is,
Lastly, The following

Are used to:
A
summarise
B
Add information
C
explain
D
order

Slide 14 - Quiz

The words: Due to / due to the fact that,
Because, Because of, Since, As

Are used to:
A
explain / give a reason
B
order
C
summarise
D
indicate a contradiction

Slide 15 - Quiz

The words: Therefore, So, Consequently
This means that, As a result

Are used to:
A
indicate consequence
B
order
C
summarise
D
give examples

Slide 16 - Quiz

The words: But, However, Although / even though
Despite, In spite of / in spite of the fact that
Nevertheless, Nonetheless

Are used to:
A
summarise
B
indicate a contrast
C
to explain
D
order

Slide 17 - Quiz

Now let's practise

Slide 18 - Slide

I like sugar in my tea, .......... I don't like milk in it.
A
or
B
but
C
so
D
moreover

Slide 19 - Quiz

He was late ........ the bus didn't come.
A
or
B
if
C
because
D
why

Slide 20 - Quiz

They climbed the mountain...... it was very windy.
A
although
B
after
C
so
D
because

Slide 21 - Quiz

.......... I finished school, I went to New Zealand.
A
Although
B
After
C
So

Slide 22 - Quiz

Which linking word is the odd one out?
A
as well as
B
furthermore
C
also
D
for example

Slide 23 - Quiz

Which linking word is the odd one out?
A
in addition
B
additionally
C
however
D
moreover

Slide 24 - Quiz

Which linking word is the odd one out?
A
therefore
B
such as
C
for instance
D
for example

Slide 25 - Quiz

Which linking word is the odd one out?
A
as a result
B
consequently
C
besides
D
therefore

Slide 26 - Quiz

Fill in the correct linking word:
Climates are changing ______ global warming.
A
in spite of
B
as a result of
C
in order to
D
although

Slide 27 - Quiz

Fill in the correct linking word:
We don't take global warming seriously enough ________ rising ocean levels and floods.

A
though
B
as a result of
C
because of
D
in spite of

Slide 28 - Quiz

Fill in the correct linking word:
He could read and write
______ being blind.
A
despite
B
as a result of
C
although
D
besides

Slide 29 - Quiz

Rewrite the following two sentences into one, using the linking word given:

"He drove from Tangier to Agadir. 
He didn’t stop for a rest. (without)"

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He drove from Tangier to Agadir without stopping for a rest.
Without stopping for a rest, he drove from Tangier to Agadir.

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Rewrite the following to sentences into one, using the linking word given:

"She spoke very loudly. 
The old man still couldn’t hear her. (no matter how)"

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No matter how loudly she spoke, the old man still couldn’t hear her. 

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Rewrite the following sentences into one, using the linking word given: 

"I must put my glasses on. 
I won’t be able to see clearly. (unless)"

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Unless I put my glasses on. I won’t be able to see clearly.
I won't be able to see clearly, unless I put my glasses on. 

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Rewrite the following sentences into one, using the linking word given: 

"He played until the end of the match. 
He had injured his leg. (although)"

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He played until the end of the match, although he had injured his leg. 
Although he had injured his leg, he played until the end of the match. 

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