whose clause

whose clause

Created:16 Jul 2017 19:45:57 , in  intermediate


Whose clause is a pattern found in English language sentences, which facilitates relating person noun to another person or object.

Example sentences

The person whose painting is on the wall in front of us is a an English aristocrat.

The Critic whose write-up is on the table is a good friend of mine.

The Musician whose song we've just listened are from Slovakia.

My father, whose bike was stolen last week, is a policeman.

Thomas, whose brother is disabled, has been fighting for automatic disability grants for victims of serious car accidents.

This post was updated on 28 Sep 2017 15:12:26

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