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Grammar - Clause Week 3 - 重重重重重重 02 By Peiling Hsia
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Clause 子子
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Clause 1. 子子子子 (independent clause) = 重重重重 (main clause) 2. 子子子子 (dependent clause) = 重重重重 (subordinate clause) 3. 子子子子 (relative clause) 重重重重重重重重 (relative pronoun t hat, which, who, whom, whose ) 重重重重重重重重 4. 子子子子 (restrictive clause) = essential 5. 子子子子子 (nonrestrictive clause) = nonessential
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1. 名名名名 當當當 What they did with the treasure remains a mystery. Whatever you want for dessert is fine with me. That you should feel this way about her came as a great surprise to us. 當當當 Juan finally revealed what he had done with the money . Her husband spent whatever she had saved over the years . I don't know what I should do next . 當當當當當當 In fact, he wrote a book about what he had done over the years . We are interested in what he does for a living . 當當當當當 The trouble was that they had never been there before . The biggest disappointment of last season was that the women's team didn't make it to the final four. 2. 名名名名名 My brother, who now teaches math in a small college , never liked math in high school. The dealership that sold more cars ended up actually losing money. The Federated Bank, which was founded nearly two centuries ago , folded during the state's economic crisis. 3. 名名名名 The team had fallen behind by ten points before they were able to figure out the opponent's defense. Since he started working nights , he doesn't see much of his kids. While Josie sat inside watching television , Gladys shoveled the driveway.
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子子子子 (restrictive clause) Jim , whom Judy met at Ken's party, called her last night. Your mother , who called yesterday, called again this morning. Sally's beef soup , which is in the big white bowl, is too salty. 子子子子子 (nonrestrictive clause) The person (whom) she met at Ken's party called her last night. The person who called yesterday will call again this afternoon. The soup that (which) Sally made is too salty.
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子子 (restrictive) 子子子子子子 (non-restrictive) 1. Because non-restrictive adjective clauses give extra information , we "set them apart" from the main sentence by using commas . 2. Most relative pronouns (who, whom, which, whose)
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