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Live worksheets > inglés > English as a Second Language (ESL) > Relative clauses > Defining and non-defining relative clauses

Defining and non-defining relative clauses
Relative clauses and relative pronouns

 
ID: 964670
Idioma: inglés
Asignatura: English as a Second Language (ESL)
Curso/nivel: Intermediate
Edad: 15+
Tema principal: Relative clauses
Otros contenidos: who, which and that
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JuanJoseCC  11/25/2020  
This is from https://www.cincinnaticriminalattorney.com/criminal-cases-with-physical-dna-evidence/:
"Sometimes the lab where evidence is sent uses unreliable or inaccurate tests or stores the evidence incorrectly."
JuanJoseCC  11/25/2020  
Thanks again for your time and patience, Iris. Now I can see the "how was it made" link again, and I had made a mistake in my previous message, so I have deleted it. To sum up, in my opinion these sentences are correct:

A lab is the place WHERE evidence is sent.
A lab is the place WHICH/THAT evidence is sent TO.
A lab is the place evidence is sent TO.
A lab is the place TO WHICH evidence is sent.

Since you aren't using WHERE in this worksheet, I would choose the second sentence for this worksheet, and I think the third sentence illustrates why I think TO is necessary when you are not using WHERE.

Tell me if you would rather I deleted this post from here, please. I wouldn't want you to think I'm giving away the answers to your worksheet here.
iris_8  11/14/2020  
Hi JuanJoseCC, the sentence is OK, it is focusing on the verb SEND not on WHAT.
JuanJoseCC  11/14/2020  
Another thing: in 1.c), didn't you miss TO?
... evidence is sent TO for analysis, or
to ... evidence is sent for analysis.
iris_8  9/26/2020  
That's a great tip; thanks, I'll do it.
JuanJoseCC  9/26/2020  
I love your worksheet, it is a great way to introduce this complex matter, with clear explanations and a short, simple exercise, it looks really motivating. Thanks for sharing it.

One tip: if you don't want an exercise to be cut in two parts at the end of a page, use zero top and bottom margin. The break is still there, but much smaller.




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