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    • An adjective clause is a dependent clause that modifies a noun.(It is also called as relative clause .)
    • Sıfat cümleciği İngilizce’de nitelediği ismin arkasında yer alırken Türkçe’de sıfat cümleciği isimden önce gelir:
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    • Exp. Kentlerde yaşayan insanlar
    • People who live in cities
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    • Who/That(is used for people in relative clauses)
    • A thief is a person who steals things.
    • I met a woman who(that) can speak five languages.
    • A liar is a person who(that) doesn’t tell the truth.
    • A musician is a person who(that) plays a musical instrument.
    • The woman who(that) is wearing a red dress is my mother.
    • I didn’t remember the man who(that) was playing the piano.
    • Which/That(is used for things/animals in relative clauses)
    • A coffee maker is a machine which ( that) makes coffee.
    • A hairdryer is a machine which(that) dries the hair.
    • A knife is a device which is used for cutting something.
    • A toothbrush is a thing which(that) brushes teeth.
    • A fridge is a machine which(that) keeps the food cold and fresh.
    • A parrot is an animal which(that) can imitate human sound.
    • A kangaroo is an animal which carries its baby in his pocket.
    • A notebook is a thing which is used for writing in it.
  • Make one sentence from two:
    • 1. A man phoned. He didn’t give his name.
    • The man who phoned didn’t give his name.
    • 2. A woman opened the door. She was wearing a yellow dress.
    • The woman who opened the door was wearing a yellow dress.
    • 3. A policeman stopped our car. He was very friendly.
    • The policeman who stopped our car was very friendly.
    • 4. Emma is my classmate. She is very beautiful.
    • Emma who is my classmate is very beautiful.
    • 5.I liked this book . It’s very interesting.
    • I liked this book which is very interesting.
    • 6.Jim was wearing a hat . It was too big for him.
    • Jim was wearing a hat which was too big for him.
    • I live in a house.It’s 500 years old.
    • I live in a house which is 500 years old.
  • Put WHO or WHICH
    • 1.What’s the name of the woman…….lives next door.
    • 2.You always ask questions …….are difficult to answer.
    • 3.Do you know anybody ……wants to buy a car?
    • 4.I have a friend…….is very good at repairing cars.
    • 5.I think everybody……went to the party enjoyed it very much.
    • 6.Why does he always wear clothes ……..are too small for him?
    • 7.What’s the name of the river ……flows through the town?
    • 8.I know somebody… in that shop.
    • 9.Have you seen the money…….was on the table?
    • 10.I know somebody…….can help you.