When you can drop joining words with adjective clauses.
Remember that we use a joining word to connect a noun to the adjective phrase:
These joining words can be left out. We sometimes cut the joining words in spoken English and in informal writing:
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This article is about the two main types of adjective clauses.
There are two main types* of adjective clause:
These two types of clause are different in some ways:
Use a phrase like an adjective.
An adjective clause (sometimes called a relative clause) is a phrase that is used to give more information about a noun. Look at this example:
That is the place where James was born.
This sentence is about a place. It uses the phrase "where I was born" to say which place.
Here are some more examples:
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He's the man who lives next door.
This is the house where she lived.
These are the souvenirs which Ben and Claire bought in Turkey.