The last record which produced by this company became a gold record.
Checking accounts that require a minimum balance are very common now.
3.The professor whose you spoke yesterday is not here today.
4.John whose grades are the highest in the school, has received a scholarship.
5. felipe bought a camera that has three lenses.
6. Frank are who were nominated for the office of treasurer.
7.The doctor is with a patient whose led was broken in an accident.
8. Jane is the woman who is going to china next year.
9. Janet wants a typewriter whose self-corrects.
10.This book that i found last week, contains some useful information.
11.Mr.Bryant whose team has the lost the game, looks very sad.
12.James wrote an article whose indicated that he diskiled the president.
13.The director of the program whose graduated from harvard university, planning to retire next year.
14.This is the book that i have been looking for all year.
15. William whose his brother is a lawyer, wants to become a judge.
1.George is the man choosen to represent the committee at the convention.
2.All of the money accepted has already been released.
3.The papers on the table belong to patricia.
4.The man brought to the police station confessed to the crime.
5.The girl drinking coffee, is mary allen.
6.John’s wife, a proffesor, has written several papers on this subject.
7.The man talking to the policeman, is my uncle.
8.The book on the top shelf, is the one that i need.
9.The number of students have been counted is quite high.
10.Leo evans, a doctor, eats in this restaurant every day.
Defining relative clauses:
1. The relative pronoun is the subject:
First, let’s consider when the relative prounoun is the subject of a defining relative clauses. We can use ‘who’,’which’, or’that’. We use’who’ for people and ‘which’ for things. We can use ‘that’ for people or things.
The relative clause can come after the subject or the object of the sentence. We can’t drop the relative pronoun.
For example ( clause after object of the sentence):
a. i’m looking for a secretary who / that can use a computer well.
b. she has a son who / that is a doctor.
c. we bought a house which / that is 200 years old.
d. i sent a letter which / that arrived three weeks later.
More examples( clause after the subject of the sentence):
a. the people who / that live on the island are very friendly.
b. the man who / that phoned is my brother.
c. the camera whice / that costs $100 is ove there.
d. the house which / that belongs to julie is in london.
2. The relative pronoun is the object:
Next,let’s talk about when the relative pronoun is the object of the clause. In this case we can drop the relative pronoun if we want to. Again, the clause can come after the subject or the object of the sentence. Here are some example:
( caluse after the object )
a. she loves the chocolate( which/that) i bought.
b. we went to the village( which/ that ) lucy recommended.
c. john met a woman( who/ that) i had been to school with.
d. the police arrested a man (who/ that) jill worked with.
( clause after the subject)
a. the bike (which/that) i loved was stolen.
b. the university (which/that) she likes is famous.
c. the woman (who/that) my brother loves is from mexico.
d. the doctor (who/that) my grandmother liked lives in new york.