How did their friendship start?
Where do you think they met?
Why have they become such close friends?
What do you think the girl has taught the giraffe?
What has she been preparing him for?
Where do you think she is leading him?
How do you think they are both feeling?
Think about where the girl is leading the giraffe. Can you draw where he will end up?
They had always been together, for as long as he could remember. They had always been the best of friends. She had taught him everything he knew, relentlessly preparing him for life in the outside world.
This was the moment they had both been waiting for…
Can you write a sentence containing a relative clause?
E.g. The giraffe, who strode gracefully across the field with his long legs, wore a sad look on his face.
It splits the main clause.
The clause begins with ‘who’, ‘which’ or ‘with’.
It must supply an extra bit of information to the sentence.
Commas should surround the relative clause.
These sentences are ‘sick’ and need help to get better. Can you help?
The girl led the giraffe He was brown and yellow He had long legs. They felt sad.