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  • 1. Using relative pronouns where, that or which
  • 2. When you use where as a relative pronoun, it’s because the embedded sentence has a preposition. If the embedded sentence has no preposition, use relative pronouns that or which.
  • 3. #1. The store _________ I bought my computer is having a sale now.
  • 4. Main Sentence: The store is having a sale now. Embedded Sentence: I bought my computer at the store.
  • 5. There is a preposition in the embedded sentence, so we use the relative pronoun where: 1. The store where I bought my computer is having a sale now.
  • 6. #2. Do you book mark the Websites ________ you visit often?
  • 7. Main Sentence: Do you mark the Web sites? Embedded Sentence: You visit the Web sites often.
  • 8. There is no preposition in the embedded sentence, so we use the relative pronoun that or which: 2. Do you bookmark the Web sites that you visit often?
  • 9. There is no preposition in the embedded sentence, so we use the relative pronoun that or which: 2. Do you bookmark the Web sites that you visit often?
  • 10. Use “where” as relative pronoun to replace the prepositional phrase. If you keep the preposition after embedding the sentence as an adjective clause, us which (not that):
  • 11. #3. The box at the top of your browser is the place in __________ you type the Web address.
  • 12. Main Sentence: The box at the top of your browser is the place. Embedded Sentence: You type the Web address in the place.
  • 13. There is a preposition in the embedded sentence, but we are keeping the preposition in the final sentence, so we use which: 3. The box at the top of your browser is the place in which you type the Web address.
  • 14. In this kind of adjective clause, use which. Don’t use that. It is equally correct to use relative pronoun where to replace the whole prepositional phrase:
  • 15. The box at the top of your browser is the place where you type the Web address.
  • 16. Now let’s think about #4. There are web sites ____________ you can compare prices of electronics
  • 17. What is the main sentence?
  • 18. Main Sentence: There are Web sites. What is the embedded sentence?
  • 19. Main Sentence: There are Web sites. Embedded Sentence: You can compare prices of electronics on the Web sites.
  • 20. Is there a preposition in the embedded sentence?
  • 21. Yes, there is: You can compare prices of electronics on the Web sites.
  • 22. What relative pronoun will you use?
  • 23. 4. There are Web sites where you can compare prices of electronics.
  • 24. #5 is similar to #4.
  • 25. #6 and #7 are similar to #2.
  • 26. #8 is similar to #4 and #5.
  • 27. #9 is similar to #3.
  • 28. Now you’re on your own!