1 RELATIVE CLAUSES AND RELATIVE PRONOUNS page 161 2 WHOSE AND WHERE page 163 3 OMITTING THE RELATIVE PRONOUN page 164 4 NON-DEFINING CLAUSES page 165 CHECK YOURSELF page 167 FROM GRAMMAR TO WRITING page 168 1 RELATIVE CLAUSES AND RELATIVE PRONOUNS A The man who lives across the road is a professor . The man that lives across the road is a professor . This is the new car which cost me $ 15 , 000 . This is the new car that cost me $ 15 , 000 . When we talk about people or things , we often need to add more information about them or “ define” them . To do this , we use a relative clause . A relative clause comes after the noun it describes and often begins with a relative pronoun . The most common relative pronouns are : who , whom , that ( for people ) which , that ( for things ) B The police found the man for whom they had been searching . The company for which he works is very successful . After prepositions , we use whom ( for people ) or which ( for things ) . We cannot use who or th...  אל הספר
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