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Relative Clauses

A brief look at relative clauses with a couple of questions.

Rafael Sabio

on 20 November 2015

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Transcript of Relative Clauses

Relative Clauses
What is a relative clause?
-a clause that modifies a noun
-For Example:
The car hit the man who was walking down the street.
...'who was walking down the street' is the relatve clause.
What are some relative pronouns that we
we can use to start relative clauses?
who, that, which , where, & whose
Here are some examples:
Ralph is a man who likes to go swimming.
I want to go to the house that is haunted.
That student, whose mother is crazy, will fail the class.
Family Mart, which is a great place to buy a
snack, is located next to the gas station.
Now, you try to make a relative clause using who, that,
which, whose, & where!
Below you will find a chart, found on The Owl at Purdue, that
breaks down the relative pronouns and their respective functions.
I work at Yonsei University, where there are 6,000 students.
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