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How do you teach restrictive and nonrestrictive clauses?
- Underline the relative clauses.
- Underline the relative pronouns.
- Decide which relative clause is essential and necessary to the meaning of the sentence.
- Decide which relative clause is not really essential and provide only extra information to the meaning of the sentence.
- identify which clause is put between commas.
Also know, what is a restrictive and nonrestrictive clause?
A restrictive clause modifies the noun that precedes it in an essential way. Restrictive clauses limit or identify such nouns and cannot be removed from a sentence without changing the sentence's meaning. A nonrestrictive clause, on the other hand, describes a noun in a nonessential way.
Subsequently, question is, what is the difference between restrictive and nonrestrictive Appositives? An appositive noun or phrase is restrictive (also called essential) if it narrows down the word it modifies. It tells which one of the noun you are writing about. An appositive noun or phrase is nonrestrictive (also called nonessential) if we know exactly who the writer is referring to when the appositive is removed.
Beside above, what is an example of a restrictive clause?
Restrictive Clause. A restrictive clause is a clause that identifies the word it modifies. A restrictive clause is not offset with commas. For example: The boy who broke the window is at the door.
What is a restrictive relative clause?
There are two types of relative clause: restrictive (or defining) relative clauses and non-restrictive (or non-defining) relative clauses. A restrictive relative clause provides essential information about the noun to which it refers. It cannot be left out of the sentence without affecting the meaning.