Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 10 Relative clauses

What are clauses?
What are relative clauses?
When do we use ‘who’, ‘which’ or ‘that’?
When do we use ‘whose’?
When do we use ‘where’?
Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 10 Relative clauses (0)

A clause is a group of words containing a finite verb. A clause may be a part of a sentence. An adjective clause is one that describes a noun or pronoun. We also call it a relative clause.

A relative clause is usually introduced by relative pronouns such as who, which, that, whose and where.

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