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Causatives: Have and Get

We use a causative verb when we want to talk about something that someone else did for us or for another person. It means that the subject caused the action to happen, but didn't do it themselves. Maybe they paid, or asked, or persuaded the other person to do it. For example, we can say:
  • I cleaned my house. (This means I cleaned it myself).
If I paid someone to clean it, of course I can say:
  • A cleaner cleaned my house.
But, another way is to use a causative construction. So I can also say:
  • I had my house cleaned.
In a sense, using a causative verb is similar to using a passive. The important thing is that the house is now clean. We don't focus on who did the cleaning.

Have + object + past participle (have something done)

We usually use 'have something done' when we are talking about paying someone to do something for us. It's often used for services. The form is 'subject + have + object + past participle'.
  • I had my car washed.
  • John will have his house painted.
Get + object + past participle (get something done)

We can also use 'subject + get + object + past participle'. This has the same meaning as 'have', but is less formal.
  • The students get their essays checked.
  • I'll get my hair cut next week.
  • He got his washing machine fixed.
Uraditi vežbanje na strani 102.


 Pročitati tekst sa strane 103 i prepisati ključne reči.
 Key words - invisible = cannot be seen, inn = pub/tavern, to reveal = discover/disclose, former = ex, transparent = clear/see-through, to float = to hover, accomplice = collaborator, refuge =shelter/haven.
Nakon toga uraditi vežbu broj tri sa strane 104.

4.   Negativni prefiksi stoje ispred prideva ( i glagola ) i menjaju im značenje.

Резултат слика за Negative prefixes

 Imajte u vidu da se negativni prefiksi  IM -  pišu ispred reči  koje počinju sa M ili P, zatim  IL - ispred reči koje počinju sa L i IR - ispred reči koje počinju sa R.

DIS -               

Honest - dishonest , obedient - disobedient , satisfied - dissatisfied

Prepisati ove primere i  uraditi vežbu  sa strane 105.


Modal verbs

Here's a list of the modal verbs in English:
wouldmustshallshouldought to
Modals are different from normal verbs:
1: They don't use an 's' for the third person singular.
2: They make questions by inversion ('she can go' becomes 'can she go?').
3: They are followed directly by the infinitive of another verb (without 'to').


First, they can be used when we want to say how sure we are that something happened / is happening / will happen. We often call these 'modals of deduction' or 'speculation' or 'certainty' or 'probability'.
For example:

  • It's snowing, so it must be very cold outside.
  • I don't know where John is. He could have missed the train.
  • This bill can't be right. £200 for two cups of coffee!


We use 'can' and 'could' to talk about a skill or ability.

For example:
  • She can speak six languages.
  • My grandfather could play golf very well.
  • can't drive. ( skill )

Obligation and Advice

We can use verbs such as 'must' or 'should' to say when something is necessary or unnecessary, or to give advice.

For example:
  • Children must do their homework.
  • We have to wear a uniform at work.
  • You should stop smoking. ( advice )


We can use verbs such as 'can', 'could' and 'may' to ask for and give permission. We also use modal verbs to say something is not allowed.

For example:
  • Could I leave early today, please?
  • You may not use the car tonight.
  • Can we swim in the lake?


We can use 'will' and 'would' to talk about habits or things we usually do, or did in the past.

For example:
  • When I lived in Italy, we would often eat in the restaurant next to my flat.
  • John will always be late!

Prepisati   tabelu iz udžbenika  sa strane 106 i uraditi vežbu na vrhu strane 107. Imajte u vidu da je u nekim primerima moguće koristiti više modalnih tj. krnjih glagola .

6. https://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/third-conditional.html

The Third Conditional

We make the third conditional by using the past perfect after 'if' and then 'would have' and the past participle in the second part of the sentence:
  • if + Past Perfect ( had + Past participle ), ...would + have + past participle
It talks about the past. It's used to describe a situation that didn't happen, and to imagine the result of this situation.

  • If she had studied, she would have passed the exam (but, really we know she didn't study and so she didn't pass)
  • If I hadn't eaten so much, I wouldn't have felt sick (but I did eat a lot, and so I did feel sick).
  • If we had taken a taxi, we wouldn't have missed the plane
  • She wouldn't have been tired if she had gone to bed earlier
  • She would have become a teacher if she had gone to university
  • He would have been on time for the interview if he had left the house at nine.
 Imajte u vidu da su ovo nerealne situacije koje se odnose na prošlost.
Uraditi primere iz vežbe broj 1 na strani 108.

7.  Uraditi vežbanja broj 2 i 3 na strani 111 ( 2.građenje reči  , 3.treći tip kondicionala + Future Continuous ).


 Pročitati tekst  The phenomenon of music na strani 113. 
Prepisati ključne reči.  
Key words - numerous -  many / various, 
well - being -  the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy,
 mood - particular feeling or state of mind,
 cautious - careful /  attentive,
 duration - the time during which something continues, 
aid - help, typically of a practical nature,
 to bond - to join / to attach ,
 peer - a person of the same age, status, or ability as another specified person . 

9.  Popuniti oblike reči koji nedostaju.















10. Uraditi vežbu Word formation na strani 115 , dopuniti praznine sa odgovarajućim oblikom datih reči. Nakon toga prepisati frazalne glagole ,povezati ih sa objašnjenjima i uraditi vežbu na dnu strane.

11.  U tekstu na strani 113 pronaći sve prideve i klasifikovati ih u dve grupe :  

1. Jednosložni pridevi i dvosložni pridevi, koji se završavaju na – y, – le, – ow ili – er
2. Svi ostali pridevi, dvosložni sa drugim nastavcima, kao i višesložni 

Nakon toga uraditi vežbe broj 2 i 4 na strani 116.

12. Pročitati tekst Festivals na strani 118  i odgovoriti na  4 pitanja  koja se nalaze na istoj  strani.  Zatim ispisati što više sinonima za date prideve.








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13.  Vocabulary - Uraditi vežbe broj 1, broj 2 i broj 4 sa strane 119.

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 Relative clauses  ( Odnosne rečenice )

Relative clauses give us information about the person or thing mentioned. 
Defining relative clauses give us essential information – information that tells us who or what we are talking about.
The woman who lives next door works in a bank. These are the flights that have been cancelled.
We usually use a relative pronoun or adverb to start a defining relative clause: who, which, that, whom  or whose.


We can use who or that to talk about peoplethat is more common and a bit more informal.
She's the woman who cuts my hair.

He's the man that I met at the conference.
We can use which or that to talk about thingsthat is more common and a bit more informal.
There was a one-year guarantee which came with the TV.

The laptop that I bought last week has started making a strange noise!

Other pronouns

whose refers to the person that something belongs to.
He's a musician whose albums have sold millions. 
 Use whom if the pronoun is the object of the verb in the dependent clause.
The cousin whom we met at the family reunion is coming to visit.
(The pronoun is object of the verb met.)

Prepisati   objašnjenje , napisati koje se odnosne zamenice koriste za ljude, predmete, pripadnost  i kao objekatski oblik zamenice.
 Npr.   WHO - people, WHICH - _______________, THAT - ______________, WHOSE - _____________, WHOM - _______________

Nakon toga uraditi vežbu Practice na strani 121.

➤ Ovo je link ka testu koji će biti dostupan do 19 časova. Ukupan broj bodova je 11. Pozdrav .

15.  Forms of entertainment
Pročitati  tekst na strani 125, a  nakon toga uraditi vežbu 1 na strani 126 koja podrazumeva da dopunite rečenice sa informacijama iz teksta. Potom uraditi vežbe 1 i 2 iz odeljka Vocabulary. U drugoj vežbi pored pojmova iz vežbe 1 možete upotrebiti i reči  boredom i to enable iz odeljka Glossary.

16. Word formation ; Phrasal verbs  
Na strani 127 uraditi vežbu sa frazalnim glagolima , tj. prvo povezati sa objašnjenjem , a zatim upotrebiti iste u 6 rečenica. Napomena  -  come into = inherit.
Nakon toga popuniti tabelu Word formation i uraditi vežbu 2 odmah ispod tabele. U vežbi 2  bi trebalo dopuniti praznine sa odgovarajućim glagolom, imenicom ili pridevom iz tabele.


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