Intermediate Cozy English Grammar Course
Level 2

English Grammar Lesson 17: Adjective Clauses (5:32)

English Grammar lesson 17: Adjective Clauses"Adjective clauses do the work of adjectives or adjective phrases.  Adjective clauses modify nouns or pronouns.  They may be restrictive or non-restrictive." Marie has decided that she is going to make a large mural depicting her beach cottage, out of things she finds on the seashore.  In preparation for this creative undertaking she is beach-combing for shells on the beach.  She is collecting her treasures in a little blue plastic bucket.  She provides examples of adjective clauses modifying both nouns and pronouns; then explains how to differentiate between a restrictive adjective clause, and a non-restrictive adjective clause.

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Schubert - Minuet In F
Schubert - Sonata No. 3 Op. 120 - Andante

 

 

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