Non-defining relative clause Non-defining relative clauses are placed after nouns which are definite already. The adjective clause which does not define the noun before it but gives additional information about the noun is called the non-defining relative clause.
Some words are formed by clipping a part of a larger word while retaining the meaning of the original word. If the front portion of the word is clipped away it is called front clipping . If the end part of the word is clipped away it is called back clipping . If it is done to both the ends it is called front and back clipping .
62 Clipped Words Used in Sentences
All company’s spend a lot of money on ads
Burger does not suit old people
The tourist bus broke down near Paris
The copter forces landed in the disturbed areas to stem the communal violence
BPL company conducted a demo at Paris corner of easy washing
It is an 40 amp bulb
Ajith had just brought a very expensive bike.
There are bundles of currency notes inside the case.
Cookers are now available for even $20/-
Disco is not a part of Italian culture
I saved all the word documents in a Compact disc
Gas has become an expensive fuel for low income group families.
Groom is wanted for a 22 year old Cristian community girl drawing $8000/-PM in an MNC.
My uncle goes to the gym early morning.
Get me a kilo of mangoes.
The managing director issued a memo to the head clerk.
This mic doesn’t work properly.
He is a non-veg.
She cannot read without specs.
Jems works in a store.
Pen is mightier than sward
The mother took the child out in a param.
London varsity has renovated its auditorium
She regularly eats her dinner in a veg mess.
I took my cat to the vet.
I got a fax copy of the conference notice yesterday.
I have lost my karchief yesterday.
Sarah was excited as she was to travel by plane for the first time.
This college has five labs.
Having firdge is not a luxury but a necessity.
The clown at the circus wore a very loose pants.
The tube of our hall didn’t work from yesterday.
She is our maths teacher.
We have been living in the 21st cent.
David presented a cycle to John on his birthday.
We have a chemist on the corner of our street.
I was suffering from flu.
She is preparing for her exam.
I invited my close friends for lunch.
My friend got my photo to keep it with herself.
Akbar’s sign is totally illegible.
Every day I watch news in the TV.
I contacted him over phone.
Where is your mum?
Where does your dad work?
Please, show me your ID.
We visited a curio shop.
They marked the boundaries.
We travelled in a tram in London.
The couple were found in a local pub.
He is a fan of Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Our Principal contacted the chief guest over the phone.
I hired a taxi to go home.
The meeting was attended by diplomats and the top military brass.
We interrupt this programme to bring you a flash.
Did the head office ok the proposal?
Lora saved all her money in order to send her husband for a rehab programme.
Michael Jackson is the king of pop.
The tourist chose the wrong path when they went for sight-seeing.