Relative and Embedded Clauses - What's the Difference?

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Relative and Embedded Clauses - What's the Difference? - SPaG, clauses, embedded clause, relative clause, relative pronoun, subordinate clauses, subordination
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  • This is a very useful resource - used with my Y5 class. there is, however, an error in slide 14. The sentence doesn't make sense. The clause must be placed immediately after the noun it is describing.

    , Jan 9th
    • Hi tadworth5,
      Thank you so much for letting us know about this one. I'll get this checked right away!

      , Jan 9th
  • Great- used this with year 6- very useful.

    , Nov 21st
  • Perfect for my year 6s - thank you! 

    , Nov 20th
    • Hi Kaytilou,
      You're very welcome, glad we could help! :)

      , Nov 20th
A presentation to explain the difference between relative clauses and embedded clauses.
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  • Homepage » Key Stage 2 » English » SPaG - Spelling Punctuation and Grammar » Grammar » Sentence » Clauses
  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » English » Key Stage 2 » Upper KS2 - Years 5 and 6 » Writing - Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation » Use relative clauses beginning with who, which, where, when, whose, that or with an implied relative pronoun
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