Relative Clauses

Relative Clauses. Parenge – Iveta Pranyte. We can use relative clauses to join two English sentences. Defining and Non-defining. A defining relative. Defining relative clauses. The relative pronoun is the subject First. I'm looking for a secretary who / that can use a computer well. The relative pronoun is the object. The relative pronoun is the object Next. (Clause after the object) She loves the chocolate (which / that) I bought. Non-defining relative clauses. We don't use 'that' in non-defining relative clauses. (Clause comes after the subject) My boss. Prepositions and relative clauses. If the verb in the relative clause needs a preposition. Whose. 'Whose' is always the subject of the relative clause and can't be left out. Where / when / why. We can sometimes use these question words instead of relative Pronouns and prepositions. Relative pronouns 1 fill. The pupils. he was speaking to were very noisy. Talked to. That's Peter, the boy. has just arrived at the airport. The end.

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