of which clause

of which clause

Created:16 Jul 2017 19:43:55 , in  intermediate


Of which clause is a useful pattern frequently found in English language sentences.

The pattern facilitates relating an inanimate noun to a person or object.

Example sentences

Often the house the garden of which is small sells poorly.

The contract the small print of which is too complicated can cause anxiety in the customer.

The song lyrics of which deal with positive human feelings appeals to people.

The phone the keyboard of which is physical has lost popularity in the recent years.

The agreement the wording of which is not precise enough can be contested easily.

This post was updated on 28 Sep 2017 15:12:02

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