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bd40bc7c7a The Amanda in the second sentence was replaced with the pronoun who in the third sentence, and the newly formed relative clause who works at an old Christian church was embedded into the first sentence to create a new, complex sentence. A restrictive relative clause adds essential information which is crucial for understanding the meaning of the sentence. Generally, there are two types of relative clauses: restrictive and non-restrictive relative clauses. Here the relative clause introduced by the relative pronoun who identifies the noun man. Which [Amanda]? (This question is illogical, assuming you previously have defined who Amanda is.) [Amanda], who is a little girl with long hair, had a mom.
While restrictive relative clauses can only describe nouns, non-restrictive relative clauses can also describe the entire clause its attached to. This is the house that my grandfather built. (Here the relative clause who is a doctor doesnt identify the noun my brother. Please click here to download a PDF version of this flowchart.Non-restrictive Relative Clause Flowchart and Examples The flowchart shows which relative pronoun to use (who, whom, whose, that, which), whether its possible to reduce the form, and an example sentence of each clause type. Grammar and style guides sometimes disagree on how to form relative clauses. This is the boy who won the first prize. It can also act as a possessive pronoun (e.g. He will succeed does not mean the same He who works hard will succeed.