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these examples of adjectival dependent clauses, which
are in red.
which are a fragile fruit, can soften and rot quickly. On the other hand,
which are a stronger fruit, have a longer life. Pineapples,
which may last a long time, are a tropical fruit.
What is your favorite fruit? My
who likes berries,
travels to Michigan every July for the blueberries and raspberries that
grow in abundance in that state's cool climate. My favorite
are citrus, grow in Florida and
California, where the weather is
warm. My sister, who lives in
Pennsylvania, loves melons. Tropical fruits, which are very sweet and
juicy, are perfect for hot climates, where they grow in abundance. People who live in
tropical climates depend on these fruits for energy and nutrition. It is good to
mix fruits which come from all parts of the
Any fruits which appear to be spoiled may be used in cooking. It
is possible to make delicious compotes, breads, and cakes with soft fruits
which you may have wanted to throw away. In places where people
are very frugal, women save ripe fruit. My
whom I remember fondly, had great recipes for banana bread and pineapple
upside-down cake, which I would be happy to send to you by
sentence may contain more than one independent clause, or
more than one adjectival dependent clause.
who ate the apples, and Marcie,
who ate the pears, are brother and
who ate the apples, is eighteen years
old, but his sister, Marcie,
who ate the pears, is only sixteen.
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