RELATIVE CLAUSES MIND MAP BY ZARATE DIAZ HAMMURABI, PEOPLE, light-bulb…
MIND MAP BY ZARATE DIAZ HAMMURABI
Relative clauses are clauses starting with the relative pronouns . They are most often used to define or identify the noun that precedes them
We use "relative clauses" when we want to give more information about the person or thing we are talking about. Without that information, the sentence will be meaningless.
WITH A PERSON WE USE...
WITH A THING OR PLACE WE USE
WHAT ARE THESE?
That’s the woman who stole my coat.
That’s the man that I spoke to last week.
Where is the apple that I told you to not to eat?
This is the cat which I adopted.
The hospital where I was born is being knocked down.
A RELATIVE PRONOUN + SUBJECT + VERB