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Sterk Engels Leerjaar 4 VMBO-GTL Workbook

16 Reflexive and

16 Reflexive and reciprocal pronouns Decide whether you have to use the reflexive pronoun, the reciprocal pronoun (each other) or nothing. 1. Alain hurt when falling downstairs. 2. Walid and Yasmin helped with the homework. 3. I feel much better right now. 4. Did she make a cup of cocoa? 5. The cat looked at in the mirror. 6. Dion and Finn smiled at . 7. We’re meeting at the cinema. 8. During the meeting, Dave and Martina were talking to . 9. I don’t remember where we spent our holiday last winter. 10. We need to concentrate . 17 More pronouns Fill the gaps with the correct (possessive) pronouns. The missing words refer to the sentences before. 1. Is this Cora’s dog? Yes, it is dog. often plays with her. 2. I collect rare stamps. This is favourite one. 3. The kids like new neighbours because are funny. 4. Where are my shoes? Have you seen ? 5. Is this your pen? Yes, it is . 6. This is an interesting article. You should read . 7. Sheila is sixteen is Scottish. We can talk to in English. 8. We need a new TV because doesn’t work anymore. 9. My friends play in a band. You can watch playing at the festival. 10. What’s the weather like in Paris? is sunny and hot. 18 Advisory column In class 3 you wrote a column about health, remember? Now, you are going to write a very special type of column, called an advisory column. What do you think the difference is? Now watch the video and find out if you were right. 159 HEALTH & CARE - HEALTHY LIFE - GTL

19 Writing an advisory column You have watched the video about writing an advisory column. Now see if you can match the information with this example of an advisory column by Oprah’s famous dr. Oz. PART OF ADVISORY COLUMN Question Advisory conclusion Arguments to support your stance Clear stance for the advice Lead: introduce the advice LETTER A B C D E I’M TRYING TO QUIT SMOKING. ARE ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES A HEALTHY WAY TO GO? A DR OZ’S ANSWER Electronic cigarettes are smokeless, battery-operated devices shaped like cigarettes. These devices are marketed as a less damaging alternative to regular cigarettes because they contain no tobacco (users get a fix by inhaling a vaporised liquid nicotine solution). But e-cigarettes have been found to contain other carcinogens and toxic chemicals, such as diethylene glycol, an ingredient used in antifreeze. And unlike other nicotine-replacement products (like the patch, the gum, or the lozenge) e-cigarettes are not FDA approved, and there’s no way to know how much nicotine you’re receiving. If you’re trying to quit smoking, a better solution is to start by working with your primary care physician. Research has shown that you’re more likely to succeed if you do so with your doctor’s support. 160 HEALTH & CARE - HEALTHY LIFE - GTL