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Relative/Adjective Clauses II
Transcript of Relative/Adjective Clauses II
ADJECTIVE CLAUSES WITH QUANTIFIERS
Two of whom
Some of which + Verb + Complement
One of which + S + Verb + Complement
Each of whom
1. Ella and Halina are from Poland. They are both excellent students.
Ella and Halina,
both of whom
are excellent students, are from Poland.
2. Jack has three brothers,
all of whom
3. Two men,
neither of whom
I had seen before, came to my office.
most of which
was wiped out by the earthquake, hasn't been rebuilt yet.
5. He made many films,
one of which
I don't like.
6. There are two proposals,
either of which
I turned down.
ADJECTIVE CLAUSES WITHOUT QUANTIFIERS
1. Terrible soccer players,
examples of whom
I don't want to mention, play on the national team. NOUN
2. The police questioned several suspects,
my brother is included.
3. Exotic birds,
examples of which
live in the peruvian jungle, are sent illegally to Europe.
ADJECTIVE CLAUSES INTRDUCED BY IN WHICH CASE
They refer to an idea presented earlier in the sentence.
1. The price of gasoline is rising,
in which case
we have to fill up the tank.
The price of gasoline is rising. In that case, we have to fill up the tank.
2. He has become rebellious,
in which case
he needs a psychologist.
He has become rebellious. In that case, he needs a psychologist.
3. The Peruvian soccer team lost as usual, in which case many fans won't attend the stadium.
The peruvian soccer team lost as usual. In that case, many fans won't attend the stadium.