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Bài 15: From Handel to Hendrix
Relative clauses

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    Who was who in London?

    12 Jan 2015

    Celebrities throughout the ages have made London their home. But how much do you know about them? Alice takes us on a tour of the houses of some of the city's most famous and important former residents. Watch the video to find out about Londoners who've had a big impact on the world of technology, art and science. You'll hear some examples of relative clauses.

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    Relative clauses

    13 Jan 2015

    In Session 1, you learned about the people and stories behind some of London’s famous Blue Plaques. In this session, we will focus on adding important, additional information to sentences using relative clauses. We will look at the use and structure of these clauses and do some practice activities.

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    Musicians and museums in Mayfair

    14 Jan 2015

    In Session 2, we looked at the grammar and uses of relative clauses. Now we will put that knowledge into practice as we take a closer look at the Handel House Museum with its Deputy Director, Martin Wyatt, before reading about the life and death of the other famous musician who lived in that building, Jimi Hendrix.

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    The things that we hold dear

    15 Jan 2015

    What are your most precious possessions? In the last Session, we heard about two world-famous musicians who moved to the UK and composed some of their greatest music in London. At the museums which honour their life and work, fans can see some of these musical legends’ favourite objects. Now you can hear from us at BBC Learning English, talking about the things that are dear to us. Then we want to hear from you!

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    Drama and the weekly quiz

    16 Jan 2015

    The Creature is on the run and finally meets a good family. Will they accept it? Plus, find out what you've learnt from unit 15 in our weekly quiz.