Relative Clauses – Grammar Game for ESL

Practice and develop skills in using the correct relative clauses and relative pronouns through this English grammar activity.
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Relative clauses – We use relative clauses to modify a noun afterwards. In so doing, we make clear which person or thing we are referring to. Sentences with relative clauses often use relative pronouns such as – who, that, which, whose, when or where.Read More

Examples of relative clauses modifying the noun afterwards are –
  • This is the boy who lives next to us.
Examples of relative clauses used to make it clear which place or time we are referring to –
  • This was the year when Germany won the world cup.
  • This is the town where your mother and I first met.
Examples of relative clauses used to give more information about a person or thing –
  • My cousin, who was an Olympic gold medallist invited us for dinner.
Examples of relative clauses used to give more information about a clause –
  • You have missed your flight, which means you cannot travel today.
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