The car that is very small is economical to drive.
The car that I want to buy is economical to drive.
The car the lines of which are sleek is excellent. (formal)
The car whose lines are sleek is excellent. (less formal)
The car with the sleek lines is excellent.
San Francisco, where the "flower children" began, is a colorful city.
The 1960s, when the "flower children" thrived, was a colorful decade.
Whoever you want, you can have on your team.
Whichever one you want, you can have.
Whatever you want, you can have.
The Walt Disney Company has several parks, all of which are run by Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.
California has a lot of visitors, most of whom come to see Disneyland.
The water that I drank last night contained sodium.
The Evian water, which I drank last night, contained sodium.
Candy that contains chocolate is dangerous to dogs.
Candy, which is a sweet, is irresistible to children.
He deleted the picture that upset me. (The picture upset me.)
He deleted the picture, which upset me. (The action upset me.)
The seat [that was] next to me was empty.
The woman [who is] seated behind me is eating popcorn.
A talk show [which is] trying to improve its rating may plan a fight.
The subcommittee [which meets] next week will discuss a new bill.
The subcommittee meeting next week will discuss a new bill.
The Golden Gate Bridge,which was designed by Charles Ellis, ...
The Golden Gate Bridge, designed by Charles Ellis, ...
Alcatraz island, which is sitting in the center of San Francisco Bay, served as a federal prison from 1933 until 1963.
The island sitting in the center of San Francisco Bay held several infamous inmates.
At least three quarters of the monkeys – in the zoo – suffer from nutritional deficiencies.
The monkey—under the bananas—is hiding.
The monkeys—under the bananas—are hiding.
Who did you give your number to?
To whom did you give your number? very formal
Can you tell me what kind of person you are interested in?
Can you tell me in what kind of person you are interested?
The word that you looked up is not in my dictionary.
*The word up which you looked is not in my dictionary.