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You have a grammar task on relative clauses today, which are basically who/which/where sentences! You guys should be able to fly through these, as we have done a lot of work on using relative clauses and parenthesis. Perhaps you could take your learning a step further by using punctuation that isn’t commas? The sentence imitation lesson is for tomorrow!
Today’s lesson moves on from equivalent fractions, to fractions greater than one. These fractions have numerators that are larger than their denominators, such as 7/4, or 8/3 and are sometimes called ‘top heavy fractions’ or ‘improper fractions’- the meaning is the same however. Because they have larger numerators, they will make at least one whole. Remember that one whole = a single one! So when we write 5/2, we could also write 2 and a half (or 2 1/2, or 2.5)!