Using adjective clauses to modify pronouns

Status
Not open for further replies.
A

Anonymous

Guest
Hi teachers, help me please! I am stuck with the bellow sentences.

(a) There is someone I want you to meet.
(b) Everything he said was pure nonsense.
(c) Anyone who wants to come is welcome.

(1)Could you please find out where the adjective clauses are?

(2)Could you please kindly enough and find out the adjective clauses which modify indefinite pronouns?

Thank you very much.
 

Casiopea

VIP Member
Joined
Sep 21, 2003
Member Type
Other
Anonymous said:
Hi teachers, help me please! I am stuck with the bellow sentences.

(a) There is someone (who) I want you to meet.
(b) Everything (that) he said was pure nonsense.
(c) Anyone who wants to come is welcome.

(1)Could you please find out where the adjective clauses are?

(2)Could you please kindly enough and find out the adjective clauses which modify indefinite pronouns?

Thank you very much.

I'll give you some clues. :D

Indefinite pronouns: someone, everything, anyone
Adjective clauses: a group of words that has 'who' or 'that' followed by a verb (Note, look back at your examples). You can often delete the adjective clause,

There is someone.
Everything was pure nonsense.
Anyone is welcome.

All the best,
 

Po Samath

New member
Joined
Jan 12, 2006
Hi .. Everyboday my name is Po Sam Ath all of you can call me Sam Ath. Nice to talk to all of you. sorry for late in complete post message. I am living in Phnom Penh of Cambodia.I hope all of you in the ESL Forum are fine.
 
Status
Not open for further replies.
Top