English Grammar Lessons
Adjective Clause - Glossary of Terms
The vast majority of adjectives are single words and are used
before nouns to modify their meanings (e.g., tall building). An adjective
on the other hand, usually comes after the noun it modifies and
comprises several words.
which you bought last year...
An adjective clause often starts with a word like which,
who, or that, but these can be omitted. (This is
normal in informal writing.)
you bought last year...
The tramp who had the limp
was seen sprinting after the bus. [show
me the adjective clause]|
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