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Autor:  Iris
E-mail:  não-disponível
Data:  06/OUT/2005 5:01 PM
Assunto:  Relative Pronoun
Mensagem:  In a book I have WHEN is not considered a relative pronoun in the sentence "After the flood disaster, WHEN over 1800 people died, the government took strong measures to prevent the disaster from happening again." While it is in the sentence " In winter, WHEN the canals freeze, the Dutch take out their ice skates and glide along them." Is it right? If so, what's the difference between the two sentences?

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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
 Relative Pronoun  –  Iris  06/OUT/2005, 5:01 PM
Relative Pronoun  –  Johannes  06/OUT/2005, 5:40 PM
Relative Pronoun  –  mrob  06/OUT/2005, 6:16 PM
Relative Pronoun  –  Tiago  06/OUT/2005, 10:15 PM
Relative Pronoun  –  Tiago  06/OUT/2005, 9:54 PM

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