English Grammar Index
Defining Relative Clause :
Defining Relative Clause is usually introduced by a relative pronoun, such as WHO, WHICH, THAT, WHOSE, etc. A defining relative clause comes immediately after a noun and needs a main clause to make a complete sense. These clauses follow a noun and make clear who or what we are talking about. We don’t put commas at the end of the clause. Remember that a defining clause has no commas.
People who drink and drive are danger to everyone.
This is the horse that won last year’s race.
We need someone who can speak Hindi.
It is Ram who makes mistakes.