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    The girl sitting next door is my girlfriend

    "The girl sitting next door is my girlfriend"
    I would like to learn more about this grammatical form but I forgot its name . Any inputs about the name of this grammatical form and/or sources to learn it would be really appreciated.

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    Re: The girl sitting next door is my girlfriend

    (Relative) Adjective Clause
    The girl who is sitting next door is my girlfriend.

    Reduced (Relative) Adjective Clause
    The girl sitting next door is my girlfriend.

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