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Post-modifier Adjective Phrase as Reduced Clause

Relative Adjective Clause in the following cases can be reduced to Adjective Phrase 1) by dropping relative pronoun and auxiliary verb 2) by dropping relative pronoun if verb is not auxiliary and using the main verb in participial form of (-ing) or (-ed) 3) by dropping only relative pronoun without any other change Case 1: Relative Pronoun is Subject of Relative Adjective Clause

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