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Decide whether the sentence contains a defining relative clause or a non-defining relative clause. Write then (DRC) or (NDRC);

If that can be used in a sentence, then tick the box. If that cannot be used leave the box without changes.

  1. One of my friends who/that also lives in the same district where I live has promised me to help.
    -that can be used in the sentence
  2. John Btar who/that also lives in the same district where I live has promised me to help.
    -that can be used in the sentence
  3. John Btar one of my friends who/that also lives in the same district where I live has promised me to help.
    -that can be used in the sentence
  4. One of my friends John Btar who/that also lives in the same district where I live has promised me to help.
    -that can be used in the sentence
  5. Our best friend who/that is always so helpful to everybody has moved to another town.
    -that can be used in the sentence
  6. My classmate who/that is always so helpful to everybody has moved to another town.
    -that can be used in the sentence
  7. A man who/that is holding a laptop in his arms seems tired.
    -that can be used in the sentence
  8. Tom who/that is holding a laptop in his arms seems tired.
    -that can be used in the sentence
  9. I have two sisters. My sister who/that is holding a laptop in her arms seems tired.
    -that can be used in the sentence
  10. I have one sister. My sister who/that is holding a laptop in her arms is tired.
    -that can be used in the sentence
  11. All of the students skipped classes yesterday. The students who/that skipped classes yesterday had to explain their behavior.
    -that can be used in the sentence
  12. Half of the students skipped classes yesterday. The students who/that skipped classes yesterday had to explain their behavior.
    -that can be used in the sentence

 

 

       


 

 

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