English Grammar Lesson – Relative Clauses 4 – Using Where & In Which & When

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Today, I’d like to continue our conversation about adjective clauses by introducing where, which, and when. We use when to modify a time word in a relative clause: I’ll never forget the day when Brad came back from his tour in the army. Do you remember the time when we took a train from New York to Chicago? Recently I’ve …

English Grammar Lesson – Relative Clauses Using Whose

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Hi everyone in Happy English land! Welcome back to another exciting English class. This week, by popular request, we have been studying relative clauses in English, specifically Adjective clauses. Today, I would like to continue that discussion and show you how we use whose in an adjective clause. Whose is used to show possession. As you know, we used whose …

When To Use & Not To Use Commas In Adjective Clauses – English Grammar Lesson

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A lot of students have a tough time knowing when to use commas in adjective clauses in English. It is a very confusing point to understand and remember…until now. This lesson, which I wrote today, will teach you the basic rules. The examples that I will show you should clear up any confusion that you may have about this English …