Who wants to talk about restrictive vs. non-restrictive clauses? Are they even important, you ask…of course they are!
In simple terms, restrictive clauses are imperative to the meaning of the sentence or the subject.
Non-restrictive clauses add information, but they do not limit or restrict the meaning of the sentence or subject.
Now, how can we use that information as we write? Have you ever wondered whether to use ‘that’ or ‘which’? What about commas around these clauses? How do those work?