II Pick out the relative clauses and label them.
Thats the reason why she crammed everything she needed into a tiny bag which would fit underneath her plane seat.
Where do the relative clauses stop?
1) [why (relative adverb) she crammed ... (up to)
a) everything shed needed (?)]
a tiny bag (?)]
c) ... the plane seat (?)] = defining relative clause.
Antecedent = the reason
2) a)[(underlying relative pronoun that) she needed (?)]
b) [she needed ... tiny bag (?) ]
c) [ she needed
the plane seat (?)]
= defining zero relative clause.
Antecedent = everything
3) [which (relative pronoun) would fit underneath her plane seat] = defining relative clause.
Antecedent = a tiny bag
I would be grateful if you could answer this set of questions as soon as possible.