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  • Relative clauses 2

    Relative clauses 2
    In informal English, in defining relative clauses, when who, that, or which is the object of the verb, it can be omitted
    The name of the woman I interviewed was Mrs.Norris
    The car they bought was quite expensive
    Notice that there is no pronoun in the relative
    clause
    The name of the woman I interviewed (*her) was Mrs.Norris
    The car they bought (*it) was quite expensive
    When the verb has a preposition , in formal English
    the preposition goes with whom or which
    That is the young man to whom I spoke
    The job which she's applied is in Paris
    Informally, we can omit the relative word and then the preposition goes at the end of the relative clause
    That is the young man I spoke to
    The job she's applied for is in Paris
    Informally , we often omit the relative word when after day , year. Etc
    That was the year I finished university
    We often omit the relative word where after place, somewhere, etc
    Do you know a place/ somewhere we can get a good sandwich
    We often omit the relative word why after reason
    The real reason she came was to speak to my father
    We often omit a relative expression after way
    That's the way they made drinks juice in Germany
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