Relative Clauses - Coggle Diagram
Replace he, she, it, his, her, etc.
Link 2 sentences with the same noun or pronoun.
That, which, who, whose, where and when.
Defining Relative Clauses (DR)
They give essential information to define or identify the person or thing we are talking about.
Which for things
That for people and things
She has a son
is a doctor.
We bought a house
is 200 years old.
Puebla is a city
people always help others.
mother is in Veracruz, is my dog.
It was the best date
I have ever had.
Who for people
Whose to show possession
Where for places
Acts like an adjetive = modifies a noun or a pronoun and limits it's meaning.
Clarify the meaning of a sentence.
Non-defining Relative Clauses (NDR)
Add secondary information to a sentence, separated by commas
Relative pronouns cannot be left
lives in Scotland, has 6 grandchildren.
is our teacher, is very funny
is red, it's from Diego.
I love Puebla,
I come from.
I prefer Christmas,
we have vacations.
Prepositions come at the end of the clause
In a more formal way, prepositions come before the pronoun