unit60 - where : Britain is one country where they drive on...

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Unit 6O: RELATIVE CLAUSES If we want to give extra information about a noun, and an adjective (Unit 64) is not enough, we can use a relative clause. Relative clauses often begin with one of the relative pronouns: who, which, that, where and whose. 1 For people, begin the relative clause with who or that: I know a man who played hockey for the Edmonton Oilers. He played hockey. Do you know the woman that can help us? She can help us. 2 For things, begin the relative clause with which or that : I want a word which means ‘very surprised’. It means ‘very surprised’. The two cars that caused the accident drove away. They caused the accident. 3 For places, begin the relative clause with
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Unformatted text preview: where : Britain is one country where they drive on the left side of the road. They drive on the left side of the road there. 4 For GENITIVE (Unit 49), begin the relative clause with whose : Do you know the man whose daughter is a doctor? His daughter is a doctor. 5 We can leave out the relative pronoun: a if it is an OBJECT PRONOUN (Unit 50) The doctor I go to studied in Canada. (I go to him .) The students I know are very friendly. (I know them .) b if the first verb in the relative clause is be . Did you see the man standing by the door? ( who was standing) The boy knocked down by the car was John. ( who was knocked)...
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