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RELATIVE CLAUSES By: Pol Salvador, Kenya Martín and Lorenzo Fresno
INDEX Relative pronouns Subject or object pronoun Types of relative clauses Activities
Relative pronouns That Persons/Objects This is the book that won the prize. Which Objects Surfing is something which I really enjoy. Who People She is who will teach you violin. Whose Property Lilly is the girl whose mum is pretty. Where Place This is the house where he lives. When Time That was the day when she broke her leg. Which Sentences/actions I bought the microwave, which was the best idea ever
Subject or object pronoun? Subject pronouns are followed by a verb. the apple which is lying on the table Object pronouns are followed either by a noun or a pronoun. They can be omitted in defining relative clauses. the apple (which) George left on the table
Types of relative clauses DEFINING Give detailed and necessary information, usually to define something. -Never between commas Do you know the girl who is talking to Tom? NON-DEFINING Give additional information -Use of commas -That can’t replace who/which -We can’t omit the object pronoun Jim, who/whom we met yesterday, is very nice.