How do you use 'Relative Clauses' in the English language? – Learn English at Dublin City University

Learn about how to use ‘Relative Clauses’ in this Bite Size Lesson with Ken from English at Dublin City University.
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3 Responses to How do you use 'Relative Clauses' in the English language? – Learn English at Dublin City University

  1. 1962estela says:

    THANK YOU SO MUCH….

  2. TheOMARAMOR says:

    very useful information very good technique I love this material,,,thanks TEACHERKPHILENGLISH!

  3. rahima951 says:

    thank you so much this one is beter then others

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