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Relative/Adjective Clauses I

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Transcript of Relative/Adjective Clauses I

RELATIVE/ADJECTIVE CLAUSES
IDENTIFYING/DEFINING RELATIVE CLAUSES. It gives important info.

1. The woman
who/that is next to him
is his wife.

2. A personal trainer is someone
who/that works with you privately
.

3. The animals
which/that can live on land or water
are the amphibians.

4. She bought a car
which/that isn't in good conditions.

5. I have a friend
whose father works as a clown
.

6. The house
whose front door is green
belongs to the Smiths.
NON-IDENTIFYING/NON-DEFINING/ RELATIVE CLAUSES. It gives additional info. It's set off by commas.

1. Sara
, who is my best friend,
studied French.

2. He met Lionel Messi
, who is considered the best soccer player
.

3. Rats
, which are found everywhere,
are nasty.

4. I just saw "Chucky"
, which made me burst out laughing
.

5. Matusita house
, whose stories are dreadful,
has been redesigned.

6. I'm tired of politicians
, whose proposals are not new
.
IDENTIFYING/DEFINING/ RELATIVE CLAUSES. It gives important info.

1. The woman
who/that/whom I called
is my aunt.

2. A personal trainer is someone
who/that/whom you need
.

3. The animals
which/that people most love
are dogs.

4. It's a car
which/that I considered in bad conditions
.

5. I have a friend
whose grandfather I met in a funny way
.

6. The house
whose front door Mr. Green fixed last month
was sold yesterday.
NON-IDENTIFYING/NON-DEFINING RELATIVE CLAUSES. It gives aditional info. It'set off by commas.

1. Mr. Humala
, who/whom I considered henpecked,
is our president.

2. He just met Lionel Messi
, who/whom we just see on TV
.

3. Roaches
, which I hate,
are really disgusting.

4. I saw Chucky XII
, which my friends advised me not to see
.

5. Matusita house
, whose stories you told me about,
has been redesigned.

6. I'm tired of politicians
, whose proposals many people still believe
.

7. Jacinta
, who/whom I danced with,
is extremely ugly.
Jacinta
, with whom I danced,
is extremely ugly.
SUBJECT RELATIVE PRONOUNS
OBJECT RELATIVE PRONOUNS
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