Non-defining relative clauses, John's mother, who lives in Scotland, has 6 grandchildren., My friend John, who went to the same school as me, has just written a best-selling novel., My grandmother, who is dead now, came from the North of England., We stopped at the museum, which we had never visited before., I've just come back from London, where John lives., Yesterday I met a woman named Susan, whose husband works in London., Differences with defining relative clauses, He gave me the letter, which was in a blue envelope, He gave me the letter, which was in a blue envelope, He gave me the letter, which I read immediately., Stratford-on-Avon, which many people have written about, is Shakespeare's birthplace., Stratford-on-Avon, about which many people have written., Introductory expressions in non-defining clauses, There were a lot of people at the party, many of whom I had known for years., There are 14 girls in my class, a few of whom are my friends., He was carrying his belongings, many of which were broken., He had thousands of books, most of which he had read., He picked up a handful of stones, one of which was sharp., Using "which" to refer to another clause, Chris did really well in his exams, which is quite a surprise., My friends were all hiding in my apartment, which isn't what I'd expected., She's studying to become a doctor, which is difficult..

Complete advanced - Unit 7 - Non-defining Relative Clauses

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