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Purpose and Function of Adjective Clauses
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Overview of the ModulesIntroduction: Purpose and Function of Adjective ClausesWhy should I care about adjective clauses?What do adjective clauses do?What do adjective clauses look like?Adjective clauses vs. Noun clauses vs. Adverb clausesAuthentic English AnalysisAbout Relative PronounsCombining Two Sentences with an Adjective ClauseList of Relative PronounsRelative Pronouns: Subject or Object of the Adjective Clause?Identifying vs. Non-Identifying Adjective ClausesRelative Pronouns: Object of a PrepositionWho vs. Whom?Less Common Relative PronounsWhose vs. Who'sWhen, Where, and Why as Relative PronounsCommon Problems with Adjective Clauses

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Language Education (ESL)
Composition and Rhetoric
Language, Grammar and Vocabulary
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Author:
Sharon Tjaden-Glass
Date Added:
03/24/2022
Relative pronouns
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We use the relative pronouns to connect clauses together, like "the man *who sold the world* is coming over for dinner." David, KA's Grammar Fellow, explains.

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Language, Grammar and Vocabulary
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Provider:
Khan Academy
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Khan Academy
Author:
David Rheinstrom
Date Added:
07/29/2021
That versus which
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Much has been made of the distinction between "that" and "which" in English, but it can mostly be summed up in two points: 1. "That" doesn't work so well with commas. 2. "Which" doesn't work so well with people. David the Grammarian explains.

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Language, Grammar and Vocabulary
Material Type:
Lesson
Provider:
Khan Academy
Provider Set:
Khan Academy
Author:
David Rheinstrom
Date Added:
07/29/2021