Adjective Clauses Video Lesson

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Adjective Clauses Definition

An adjective clause is a type of relative clause that describes a noun and begins with a relative pronoun (that, which, who, whom, or whose).

Examples of Adjective Clauses

Some examples of adjective clauses would be the following:

  • The audience applauded the singer who performed the breathtaking solo.
  • My mother’s apple pie recipe, which has won numerous contests, has the perfect amount of cinnamon and nutmeg.
  • Darius, whose paintings are all over the art classroom, wants to study design in college.
  • Our new team captain will be Sylvia, whom I have played soccer with since childhood.
  • I had to try on the jacket that was on the mannequin.

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