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Majalah Ilmiah UNIKOM

Vol.9, No. 2

145

H a l a m a n

above is an adjective clause because it func-

tions like an adjective that is to modify a

noun.

The combination of preposition and

with whom

one.

3. For which

The rise of Tommy “The driver” Soehar-

tito mark the opening of a new chapter

in brutality and greed, a chapter that

ended with Tommy’s year-long flight for

justice and the cold blooded slaving of

a supreme court judged in broad day-

light, a crime for which Tommy received

derisory 15 – year sentence

The clause for which Tommy received

derisory 15 – year sentence in the sentence

above is an adjective clause because it func-

tions like an adjective that is to modify a

noun.

The combination of preposition and

relative pronoun for which refers to a crime.

c. Relative adverb

1. When

Soehartito’s long and steady rise to the

top of steaming Grotavia dunghill really

began way back in 1942 when Dutch

Holland and his henchmen, who had

ling dominated the city’s underworld,

were muscled out by the Japanese Ya-

kuza, eager to get their hands on the

numbers, prostitution and gambling

rackets that were and still are, such a

part of the city’s vice scene.

when Dutch Holland and his

henchmen, who had ling dominated the

city’s underworld, were muscled out by the

Japanese Yakuza, eager to get their hands

on the numbers, prostitution and gambling

rackets that were and still are, such a part

of the city’s vice scene

above is an adjective clause because it func-

tions like an adjective that is to modify a

noun.

The relative adverb when refers to

1942, it proves that the relative adverb

when refers to time.

4. The form of adjective clause

They said they were just lucky to have

liberal parents who left all the wedding

decisions to them

who left all the wedding de-

cisions to them

adjective clause because it function like an

adjective that is to modify the noun liberal

parents.

This sentence is formed by combining :

1. They said they were just lucky to have

liberal parents

.

2.

Liberal parents who left all the wed

ding decisions to them.

The identical noun in these two sen-

tences is liberal parents, the identical noun

in the second sentence is replaced by the

who.

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Asih Prihandini