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Phrases and clauses

Adjective clauses

An adjective clause (AC) is a dependent clause that acts like an adjective.

  • It adds meaning to a noun (N) or pronoun (P).
  • It starts with words like who, whom, which, that, where, when.

This is the athlete (N) who won the trophy (AC).

Those (P) who studied hard (AC) received good grades.

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