Complete the four sentences so that they have the same meaning as the sentence above.
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We use cleft sentences to help focus on a particular part of the sentences. Cleft sentences are used in spoken and written English, but they are more common in written English.
IT + BE + EMPHASISED SUBJECT/OBJECT/ADVERBIAL/PREP.PHRASE + THAT/WHO/WHEN + CLAUSE It was my wife (who/that) she spoke to on the phone. (FOCUS ON THE SUBJECT) It was yesterday when/that Susan came to see me. (FOCUS ON THE ADVERBIAL) It was a party (that) George threw last week. (FOCUS ON THE OBJECT)
1) who/that took all of her friends to the amusement park last Sunday 2) that Gina took to the amusement park last Sunday 3) when/that Gina took all of her friends to the amusement park 4) that Gina took all of her friends last Sunday