Young women who had gathered around the famous Spanish guitarist Andres Segovia, he was asked to autograph. This swarm of Western towns left to fly over history from the ruins of the ancient world, has always been characterized by a dual form of life. The girl to whom I presented last night, spoke with my mother. The girl to whom I presented, spoke last night with my mother. The lady who fell at the stop where is hardware, was very rude with the driver. The lady who was lowered, at the stop where it is the hardware was very rude with the driver.
1.1.2. The procedural proposals introduced by the relative who (who) and which (which, which, which) are obligatorily explanatory when these relative go without preposition. When these links are accompanied by preposition, propositions will be like or explanatory according to the intention of the message (or the speaker). With others (with or without preposition) relating procedural propositions may be like or explanatory, according to the intention of the speaker. Examples of mandatory explanatory propositions with the relative who and e1 which: day laborer Ruiz, who missed yesterday, not claimed the full salary. Saudi Arabia, which produces much oil is in the Middle East. Loading was destined for the city’s Bay, which is on the coast Brazilian.
Discord, which never satiates tears, reveled at the sight of combat. That girl, which resolved the dilemma is very cunning. They, who do not know where I am going, are crazy to find out. When the relative that necessarily equates to the relativos which or who, adjectival proposition is explicativa and, therefore, should go between commas: Silvio, who had studied a lot, solved it within ten minutes. Moose, who is identified with Canada, frequents Lakes, where eats the grass that grows there. She, who is the daughter of the owners, doesn’t have to worry about.