Relative clause

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A relative clause (/ˈrelətɪv ˈklɔ:z/) is a clause that is introduced by a relative pronoun like who.

There are two types of relative clause in English; defining relative clause and non-defining relative clause.

Type Defining relative clause Non-defining relative clause
Examples
Function To act as an adverbial to identify specifics of a noun To add extra information


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