Relative Clauses - Coggle Diagram
Used to link two sentences with the same pronoun
Two pieces of information
List of the most common:
Who: NDR and DR
Which: NDR and DR
Whose: NDR and DR
Where: NDR and DR
When: NDR and DR
The rich woman who called yesterday wants to buy the whole block.
defining relative clauses
to distinguish which thing or person we are talking about
also known as restrictive relarive clauses
are not set off by commas
I called my sister who lives in México
Non-defining relative clauses
Add secondary information to a sentence. Usually is between commas.
NDR are more common in the written language
-My mom, who is a lawyer, works everyday at the office. - In Monterrey, where my father lives, it's freezing.