Relative clauses

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Here you will find information about when it is possible to omit the relative pronoun, Fernando!

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7 Responses to Relative clauses

  1. fernando says:

    thanks you, Laura

  2. Marina Vera says:

    In my e-mail inbox there aren’t any new e-mail so I can’t publish anything in the blog. It is possible that you don’t have my e-mail teacher.

    Thank you for the relative clauses! 🙂

  3. Alice says:

    Laura, I don’t understand the relative clauses 😦

  4. nikibianchi says:

    I find relative clauses easy!
    We studied it last year!

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