A few weeks ago, in class, everyone wrote sentences that contained:
I love J.D.’s sentence:
The man who ate 50 Baconators won the contest.
J.D.’s sentence can be “resolved” into these two:
The man won the contest.
He ate 50 Baconators.
Here’s another sentence by J.D.:
A person who is thin eats differently.
A person eats differently.
The person is thin.
*Relative clauses are sometimes called adjective clauses.