Unit 13 Grammar
Presentation
PAGES 214-215
Adjective Clauses with
Prepositions:
We can say:
He’s the actor to whom she was
talking.
OR
He’s the actor whom she was
talking to.
We can say:
He’s the actor whom she was talking to.
OR
He’s the actor who she was talking to.
OR
He’s the actor that she w...
We can say:
It’s the studio for which he works.
OR
It’s the studio which he works for.
We can say:
It’s the studio which he works
for.
OR
It’s the studio that he works for.
OR
It’s the studio he works for.
Using whose:
That’s the director whose movies I
told you about.
That’s the movie whose director I
spoke of.
Adjective Clauses with
Quantifiers:
Examples of Quantifiers:
all of, most of, a number
of, some of, a few of,
several of, a couple of,
both of, two of
I have many friends, all of whom
are actors.
I have many friends, most of
whom are actors.
I have many friends, a few of
w...
She was in a lot of movies, a
few of which are classics.
She was in a lot of movies, some
of which were successes.
Her son...
Using whose:
Avatar was directed by James
Cameron, several of whose movies have
made a lot of money.
My favorite movies in...
Adjective Clause with
Noun:
She makes comedies, an
example of which is Julie
and Julia.
I love Big Bang Theory, some
episodes of which she
directed.
Reducing Adjective
Clauses to Adjective
Phrases
He’s the actor who’s
from the film school. 
He’s the actor from the
film school.
I saw the film which is
based on that book. 
I saw the film based on
that book.
That’s the man who is in
charge of lighting. 
That’s the man in charge
of lighting.
I read the scripts that are
on my desk. 
I read the scripts on my
desk.
Changing Adjective
Clauses to Adjective
Phrases
He’s the actor who plays
the king. 
He’s the actor playing
the king.
Babel is a picture
that/which stars Brad
Pitt. 
Babel is a picture
starring Brad Pitt.
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  1. 1. Unit 13 Grammar Presentation PAGES 214-215
  2. 2. Adjective Clauses with Prepositions:
  3. 3. We can say: He’s the actor to whom she was talking. OR He’s the actor whom she was talking to.
  4. 4. We can say: He’s the actor whom she was talking to. OR He’s the actor who she was talking to. OR He’s the actor that she was talking to. OR He’s the actor she was talking to.
  5. 5. We can say: It’s the studio for which he works. OR It’s the studio which he works for.
  6. 6. We can say: It’s the studio which he works for. OR It’s the studio that he works for. OR It’s the studio he works for.
  7. 7. Using whose: That’s the director whose movies I told you about. That’s the movie whose director I spoke of.
  8. 8. Adjective Clauses with Quantifiers:
  9. 9. Examples of Quantifiers: all of, most of, a number of, some of, a few of, several of, a couple of, both of, two of
  10. 10. I have many friends, all of whom are actors. I have many friends, most of whom are actors. I have many friends, a few of whom are actors.
  11. 11. She was in a lot of movies, a few of which are classics. She was in a lot of movies, some of which were successes. Her son was in two movies, both of which were terrible.
  12. 12. Using whose: Avatar was directed by James Cameron, several of whose movies have made a lot of money. My favorite movies in the reading are Babel and Slumdog Millionaire, both of whose stories take place in poor countries.
  13. 13. Adjective Clause with Noun:
  14. 14. She makes comedies, an example of which is Julie and Julia. I love Big Bang Theory, some episodes of which she directed.
  15. 15. Reducing Adjective Clauses to Adjective Phrases
  16. 16. He’s the actor who’s from the film school.  He’s the actor from the film school.
  17. 17. I saw the film which is based on that book.  I saw the film based on that book.
  18. 18. That’s the man who is in charge of lighting.  That’s the man in charge of lighting.
  19. 19. I read the scripts that are on my desk.  I read the scripts on my desk.
  20. 20. Changing Adjective Clauses to Adjective Phrases
  21. 21. He’s the actor who plays the king.  He’s the actor playing the king.
  22. 22. Babel is a picture that/which stars Brad Pitt.  Babel is a picture starring Brad Pitt.

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