Look at the following sentences. The relative clause is in bold:
The relative clause in the first sentence is a defining clause. It tells us what type of restaurant Mc Donald's is and is therefore essential to the meaning of the sentence.
The relative clause in the second sentence is a non-defining clause. It gives us extra information about Mc Donald's.
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1.- Look at the following sentences and decide whether they are defining or non-defining relative clauses.
2.- Join each pair of sentences using a relative pronoun