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Forming eelative clauses
This is the wallet. Lucy found the wallet in the garden.
This is the wallet that/which Lucy found in the garden.
We called the taxi company. Julie often uses the taxi company.
We called the taxi company taht/which Julie often uses.
He lost the money. I have given him the money.
He lost the money that/which I have given him.
John met a girl. I used to date the girl.
John met a girl that/who I used to date.
He came with a woman. I know the woman from work.
He came with a woman that/who I know from work.
We employed the lawyer. Julie recommended the lawyer.
We employed the lawyer that/who Julie recommended.
We ate the fruit. I bought the fruit.
We ate the fruit that/which I bought.
This is the actor. I really hate the actor.
This is the actor that/who I really hate.
I sent an email to my brother. My brother lives in Australia.
I sent an email to my brother that/who lives in Australia.
We broke the computer. The computer belonged to my father.
We broke the computer that/which belonged to my father.
I dropped a glass. The glass was new.
I dropped a glass that/which was new.
She worked for a man. The man used to be an athlete.
She worked for a man that/who used to be an athlete.
The customer liked the waitress. The waitress was very friendly.
The customer liked the waitress that/who was very friendly.
She loves books. The books have happy endings.
She loves books that/which have happy endings.
They live in a city. The city is in the north of England.
They live in a city that/which is in the north of England.
A novelist is a person. He writes novels.
A novelist is a person that/who writes novels.
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