Presentation on theme: " We can use prepostions with the adjective clauses. These prepositions can be BEFORE the clause or at the END of the sentence."— Presentation transcript:
We can use prepostions with the adjective clauses. These prepositions can be BEFORE the clause or at the END of the sentence.
TO… FOR… He is the man TO WHOM you should talk to This disco is the place TO WHICH I want to go to. This is the restaurant FOR WHICH John works
Some adjectives clauses have the pattern: QUANTIFIER + FOR + ADJECTIVE CLAUSE (WHOM, WHICH, WHOSE)
ALL OF MOST OF A NUMBER OF SOME OF A FEW OF SEVERAL OF A COUPLE OF TWO OF I have friends ALL OF WHO came to the party The movies MOST OF WHICH I watched were great. I have some books A NUMBER OF WHICH I have read already I visited a lot of place SOME OF WHICH had great legends That is the teacher, TWO OF WHOSE students did not pass
These clauses refer ONLY to things It is formed by: NOUN + OF + WHICH Harry Potter, AN IDEA OF WHICH books kids should read, was great.