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A relative clause is a subordinate clause that modifies a noun phrase, most commmonly a noun. For example, the phrase "the man who wasn’t there" contains the noun man, which is modified by the relative clause who wasn’t there.

Click here, here , here and here for practice on relative clauses.(Here and here translation activities).

Click here to read and listen to a story about "relatives".

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