E. Say the statements using adjective clauses (which, who, where)
Adjective clauses are subordinate clauses that come after a noun to give more information about the noun.
To make one sentence from two sentences which have the same noun, change one of the nouns into "who", "where", or "which".
The man helped Sally. The man works in a bakery.
We use "who" if the noun is a person.
The man who helped Sally works in a bakery.
We use [which] if the noun is a thing.
The boat is big. The boat is in the sea. 小船大。小船在海上。
The boat which is big is in the sea. 這是大的船在大海。
We use [where] if the noun is a place.
This is the lake. We caught the big fish in the lake. 這是湖。我們釣到大魚在湖面。
This is the lake where we caught the big fish. 這是湖，我們釣到大魚。