Wh-movement in the Relative Clause
A clause modifies a noun and specifies its reference, is called a relative clause.
When the wh-phrase has the function of introducing a relative clause we call it a relative pronoun.
The embedded clause is not complement, it is not selected by the N and they can be omitted. It functions, rather, as modifiers of the N which they follow.
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