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A brief review of Restrictive and Nonrestrictive adjective clauses as well as a bit of clause to phrase reduction with some practice. Created by Coleman's Classroom.

A brief review of Restrictive and Nonrestrictive adjective clauses as well as a bit of clause to phrase reduction with some practice. Created by Coleman's Classroom.

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Review Restrictive/Nonrestrictive Adjective Clauses

  1. 1. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Review Other Aspects of Adjective Clause Restrictive/Nonrestrictive and Clause Reduction with Practice
  2. 2. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Restrictive / Nonrestrictive Restrictive (Required) NO COMMAS NECESSARY ESSENTIAL MAKES SPECIFIC Nonrestrictive (Not Required) COMMAS UNNESSARY NONESSENTIAL EXTRA
  3. 3. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Special Uses of Restrictive Used for Definition: one who or a person who; a time in which A philanthropist is one who gives money. This was a decade which had a lot of violence.
  4. 4. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Test for Restrictive / Nonrestrictive 1. Identify the adj clause 2. Take out the clause and ask does the sentence make sense? Does it have the same meaning? 3. If yes, nonrestrictive, so add commas. If no, restrictive, so no commas.
  5. 5. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Nonrestrictive When? 1. Antecedent Noun already identified Mrs. Coleman has taught ESL 155 and 165. These classes, which include grammar instruction, are taught at OCC.
  6. 6. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Nonrestrictive When? 2. Antecedent Noun is proper noun. Mrs. Coleman , who is my ESL 165 instructor, is rather short.
  7. 7. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Nonrestrictive When? 3. Antecedent Noun is one of a kind. Mrs. Coleman teaches how to prevent comma splices, which are commonly committed errors.
  8. 8. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Nonrestrictive When? 4. Antecedent Noun is all of kind The students, who adored Mrs. Coleman, did very well in the class.
  9. 9. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Practice R/NR Is the adjective clause restrictive or nonrestrictive? What POS is the clause modifying? She opened a hospital in New York. The hospital which was run by women later expanded to become a medical school.
  10. 10. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Practice R/NR Is the adjective clause restrictive or nonrestrictive? What POS is the clause modifying? She opened a hospital in New York. The hospital which was run by women later expanded to become a medical school. SUBJECT , which was run by women,
  11. 11. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Practice R/NR Is the adjective clause restrictive or nonrestrictive? What POS is the clause modifying? Susan B. Anthony who was born in NY is famous for her work in women’s rights.
  12. 12. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Practice R/NR Is the adjective clause restrictive or nonrestrictive? What POS is the clause modifying? Susan B. Anthony who was born in NY is famous for her work in women’s rights. SUBJECT , who was born in NY,
  13. 13. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Reduction Possibilities When entire clause only uses be verb and adjective The students who were tired went home. The tired students went home.
  14. 14. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Reduction Possibilities When entire clause uses be verb followed by phrase The students who were in class took the quiz. The students in class took the quiz.
  15. 15. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Reduction Possibilities When a passive verb is used ESL 165 is a class which is taught by Mrs. Coleman. ESL 165 is a class taught by Mrs. Coleman
  16. 16. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Reduction Possibilities When a progressive verb is used ESL 165 has students who are working very diligently. ESL 165 has students working very diligently.
  17. 17. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Reduction Possibilities With Verbs other than be ESL 165 has students who work very diligently. ESL 165 has students working very diligently.
  18. 18. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net For More Information Email Mrs. C ccoleman@clmn.net Visit Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net

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