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The Wishgranter - Short Film - Relative Clauses

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Task Description
Fill the blanks with 1 of the 3 Relative clauses, who, whom or whose depending on the narration.
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Scene summary
Story of a Wishgranter whose job is to grant wishes, no matter what. A story to fulfill 2 wishes.
Video length
4 minutes 49 seconds
Video genre
Short films
Language goals
Grammar practice
Grammar topic
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Elementary (A1)
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This resource is intended for:Elementary schoolers
Elementary schoolers
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1. Fill the gap.
One day, a manbelieved in the power of the "Wishing Fountain" walked up to it to make a wish.
2. Fill the gap.
The mancoin floated down the fountain had made a heartfelt wish!
3. Fill the gap.
The coin made its way down the tube and into the office of a VERY important man. The mangranted wishes.
4. Fill the gap.
The computer told Wishgranter what wish it was. Wishgranter releases the correct magic dust to grant the wish toit concerned.
5. Fill the gap.
The magic dust goes to the personhad made the wish to grant them their desires.
6. Fill the gap.
Soon, a young manhad heard of the 'Wishing Fountain' arrived to make his wish.
7. Fill the gap.
Nearby, there was a young ladythoughts were the same, to make a wish at the fountain.
8. Fill the gap.
They both made their wishes at the same time and dropped their coins into the fountain.would have foreseen the imminent problem?
9. Fill the gap.
Wishgranter,magic dust was blocked by the coins, got a shock! The ALARM sounded!
10. Fill the gap.
The two of themwishes were not fulfilled were disappointed and left with a heavy heart
11. Fill the gap.
The Wishgranterjob was not done, desperately kept pushing more and more magic dust to unclog the blocked tube.
12. Fill the gap.
The couple, tohe had a responsibility to grant wishes by any means necessary, was walking away. He activated the EMERGENCY box.
13. Fill the gap.
The girlsaw the weird-looking flowers, threw them away. What a waste of the magic dust.
14. Fill the gap.
The Wishgranter tried the man instead, but it was no use. The magic dust flew away to someonehad already gotten his wish.
15. Fill the gap.
The Wishgranter tried again! No use! The couple toit was supposed to go to, didn't get it.
16. Fill the gap.
The Wishgranter,job was to grant wishes, was all out of ways to do his job.
17. Fill the gap.
The mangot his wish many times, gave the Wishgranter a brilliant idea!
18. Fill the gap.
The coin released the clog and all the magic dust sending it toit was intended for.
19. Fill the gap.
The released magic dust did what it was supposed to do. It gave the couplehad made their wishes, what they wanted.
20. Fill the gap.
The Wishgranter,job was complete was HAPPY!
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