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Combine the following sentences usig the second as an adjective clause.give all possible patterns_

1-(a) I explained my absence to the teacher . (b) I had missed his class.

2-(a) The instructor gives difficult tests . (b) I failed her course.

3- (a) The people are very kind . ( b ) I am staying at their house .

4- (a) The student is in one ofmy classes. (b) You just met her parents.
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AnonymousCombine the following sentences usig the second as an adjective clause.give all possible patterns_

1-(a) I explained my absence to the teacher . (b) I had missed his class.

2-(a) The instructor gives difficult tests . (b) I failed her course.

3- (a) The people are very kind . ( b ) I am staying at their house .

4- (a) The student is in one ofmy classes. (b) You just met her parents.
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These are all based on the idea that the pronomialization of a possessive determiner (his, her, their, ...) is 'whose'.

anonymous1-(a) I explained my absence to the teacher . (b) I had missed his class.

I explained my absence to the teacher whose class I had missed.

anonymous2-(a) The instructor gives difficult tests . (b) I failed her course.

The instructor whose course I failed gives difficult tests.

anonymous3- (a) The people are very kind . ( b ) I am staying at their house .

The people at whose house I am staying are very kind.

anonymous4- (a) The student is in one ofmy classes. (b) You just met her parents.

The student whose parents you just met is in one of my classes.

CJ