A relative clause appended without a relative pronoun to the noun phrase that governs it, as in the man I saw yesterday.
More example sentences
- The relative pronouns can be organized in a similar table to the one above, but no omission or contact clauses can be found here.
- Join each pair of sentences, making the subordinate clause a contact clause; i.e. with the omission of the relative pronoun.
- When the relative pronouns ‘who ", ‘which’ or ‘that’ (in object case) are omitted the relative clause becomes a contact clause.