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Engenharia civil

Ingls instrumental
Main clause Adjective clause
Some work is carried out by that employs scientists for
private industry research projects.
This is the professor whose students won that
research award last year.
This is the place where decisions about funding
are taken.
Hes the kind of teacher who encourages independent
thinking.
A college with a strong research what we are looking form.
record is
A defining relative clause identifies a person or
a thing.
Who, that, what, where, and whose are relative pronouns.

The relative pronoun who is used for people.

A civil engineer is a person who practices civil engineering; the


application of planning, designing, constructing, maintaining,
and operating infrastructures .
which is used for things.

The largest part of the machinery was the main body of


the Excavator which weighed in at 31 tonnes and was
3.4 metres wide.
The relative pronoun that is often used instead of who or which

The largest part of the machinery was the main body of


the Excavator that weighed in at 31 tonnes and was
3.4 metres wide.

A civil engineer is a person that practices civil


engineering; the application of planning, designing,
constructing, maintaining, and operating infrastructures .
The relative pronoun where is used to describe places.

Indeed, what many professors are looking for is the


opportunity to work at a university where they can
continue their own research.
The relative pronoun whose is usually used to refer to people. It is
always followed by a noun.

These are the professors whose students have the


chance to observe real research at firsthand.
The relative pronoun what means the thing(s) that. It often,
though not always, goes at the beginning of a sentence.

A college with a strong research record is what we are


looking for.
1.- Find the common element

The man is very tall. I saw him yesterday.


2.- Cross out the second element.

That man is very tall. I saw him yesterday.

3.- Start copying the first sentence until the


first common element.

4.- Write the relative pronoun:


who
which
whose
That man
5.- Copy the second sentence, except the
element we had crossed out.

I saw yesterday

The man who

6.- If there is anything left from the first


sentence, copy it afterwards.
is very tall.

The man who I saw yesterday


7.- Check if you can write THAT instead of
WHO, WHOM, WHICH

The man who I saw yesterday is very tall.


that
8.- Check if you can omit the pronouns.

The man who I saw yesterday is very tall.


that

9.- The sentence is ready!!!

The man I saw yesterday is very tall.