Substitute (if possible) an adjective clause for each adjective phrase in the sentences you have just written.
An adjective clause may be introduced by the relative pronouns, who, which or that.
Substitute for each an adjective phrase; an adjective clause ( 467468).
A dependent clause in a complex sentence may also be an adjective clause.
If it is used as an adjective,—if it modifies a noun or pronoun,—it is an adjective clause.
An adjective clause may modify any noun or any word used as a noun in the sentence.
Here gentleman (a complement in the main clause) is modified by the adjective clause who was born in the village (a).
Whom I wanted is an adjective clause modifying the noun man.
We are sometimes confused as to which relative pronoun to use in introducing an adjective clause.
The simple subject may be modified by an adjective, an adjective phrase, or an adjective clause.