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Origin: I like the paintings that hang in the SASB North lobby.

Reduced: I like the paintings hanging in the SASB North lobby. (2)

Origin: We stood on the bridge which connects the two halves of the city.

Reduced: We stood on the bridge connecting the two halves of the city.(wwwdotgrammarbankdotcomslashreduced-relative-clausesdothtml)(Sorry, I can add only two links .)

Origin: I like the paintings that hang in the SASB North lobby.

Reduced: I like the paintings hanging in the SASB North lobby. (2)

Origin: We stood on the bridge which connects the two halves of the city.

Reduced: We stood on the bridge connecting the two halves of the city.(wwwdotgrammarbankdotcomslashreduced-relative-clausesdothtml)

Origin: I like the paintings that hang in the SASB North lobby.

Reduced: I like the paintings hanging in the SASB North lobby. (2)

Origin: We stood on the bridge which connects the two halves of the city.

Reduced: We stood on the bridge connecting the two halves of the city.(wwwdotgrammarbankdotcomslashreduced-relative-clausesdothtml)(Sorry, I can add only two links .)

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Reduced relative clauses can modify the subject NOT the object of a sentence. [(1)][1](1)

Origin: I like the paintings that hang in the SASB North lobby.

Reduced: I like the paintings hanging in the SASB North lobby. [(2)][2](2)

Origin: We stood on the bridge which connects the two halves of the city.

Reduced: We stood on the bridge connecting the two halves of the city.(http://www.grammarbank.com/reduced-relative-clauses.htmlwwwdotgrammarbankdotcomslashreduced-relative-clausesdothtml)

Non-defining relative clauses can use most relative pronouns (which, whose etc,) but they CAN’T use ‘that’ and the relative pronoun can never be omitted.(https://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/quick-grammar/relative-clauses-non-defining-relative-clauseslearnenglishdotbritishcouncildotorgslashenslashquick-grammarslashrelative-clauses-non-defining-relative-clauses)

Origin: The product, which seemed perfect in many ways, failed to succeed in the market.

Reduced: The product, perfect in many ways, failed to succeed in the market.[(1)][1]

Origin: I am moving to Louisville, KY, which is home to the Muhammad Ali Museum.

Reduced: I am moving to Louisville, KY, home to the Muhammad Ali Museum.[(2)][2]

Reduced relative clauses can modify the subject NOT the object of a sentence. [(1)][1]

Origin: I like the paintings that hang in the SASB North lobby.

Reduced: I like the paintings hanging in the SASB North lobby. [(2)][2]

Origin: We stood on the bridge which connects the two halves of the city.

Reduced: We stood on the bridge connecting the two halves of the city.(http://www.grammarbank.com/reduced-relative-clauses.html)

Non-defining relative clauses can use most relative pronouns (which, whose etc,) but they CAN’T use ‘that’ and the relative pronoun can never be omitted.(https://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/quick-grammar/relative-clauses-non-defining-relative-clauses)

Origin: The product, which seemed perfect in many ways, failed to succeed in the market.

Reduced: The product, perfect in many ways, failed to succeed in the market.[(1)][1]

Origin: I am moving to Louisville, KY, which is home to the Muhammad Ali Museum.

Reduced: I am moving to Louisville, KY, home to the Muhammad Ali Museum.[(2)][2]

Reduced relative clauses can modify the subject NOT the object of a sentence. (1)

Origin: I like the paintings that hang in the SASB North lobby.

Reduced: I like the paintings hanging in the SASB North lobby. (2)

Origin: We stood on the bridge which connects the two halves of the city.

Reduced: We stood on the bridge connecting the two halves of the city.(wwwdotgrammarbankdotcomslashreduced-relative-clausesdothtml)

Non-defining relative clauses can use most relative pronouns (which, whose etc,) but they CAN’T use ‘that’ and the relative pronoun can never be omitted.(learnenglishdotbritishcouncildotorgslashenslashquick-grammarslashrelative-clauses-non-defining-relative-clauses)

Origin: The product, which seemed perfect in many ways, failed to succeed in the market.

Reduced: The product, perfect in many ways, failed to succeed in the market.(1)

Origin: I am moving to Louisville, KY, which is home to the Muhammad Ali Museum.

Reduced: I am moving to Louisville, KY, home to the Muhammad Ali Museum.(2)

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