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Who - Which

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Who - Which
(take notes)

Place 'who' in the middle of a sentence to add
more information
about the subject if it is a person or character.
You can tell
something extra
about the subject before you say what they did.

**The pied piper, who rid the town of snakes, played his music very sweetly.

If you are not adding extra information, do not use the 'who' clause!
Make sure your sentence has all three parts:

1. The Subject - (The pied piper)
2. The Who - (who rid the town of snakes)
3. The Main Action - (played his music very sweetly)


**Which part is acting like an adjective?
Place '
which'
in the middle of a sentence to add more information about the subject if it is a
thing
.
You can tell something extra about the subject before you say what they did.

**The Oracle at Delphi, which resides in a sacred shrine to Apollo, gave prophecies to many ancient Greeks
Don't Do This!

Never use a
passive verb
instead of an action verb your sentence!
Passive verbs are verbs that are not Action:
is, are, was, were, been, be, have, etc

Example:
John, who is a student, is here.

Boring! Does not add any addition information! BAD!
Make sure your sentence has all three parts:

1. The Subject - (The Oracle at Delphi)
2. The Which - (which resides in a shrine to Apollo)
3. The Main Action - (gave prophecies to many ancient Greeks)


**Which part is acting like an adjective?
Don't Do This!

Never use a
passive
verb in the Main Action part of your sentence!
Passive verbs are verbs that are
not

Action
:
is, are, was, were, been, be, have, etc

Example:
Sacramento,
which is the capital, is
fun.

Boring! Does not add any addition information! BAD!
On a separate piece of paper:

Who - Which Literature Practice

Write 10 good sentences about
Characters
in our literature book that use the
'who'
clause.
Write 10 good sentences about
Places
or
Things
in our literature stories that use the
'which'
clause.
Do not use ANY
PASSIVE VERBS
in your sentences.
Check through your sentences when you are done to make sure there are NO PASSIVE VERBS!

This is the 'Who-Which' dressup.
Write 'ww' in the margin when you use it.
Underline the 'who' or the 'which' in your sentence.
In your composition book:
Practice writing 5 sentences that have the 'who' clause in the middle.
Don't forget your commas!
Raise your hand when your are done.
In your composition book:
Practice writing 5 sentences that have the 'which' clause in the middle.
Don't forget your commas!
Raise your hand when your are done.
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