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We use relative clauses to say more about people and things, to make it clear which one we are talking about.
Most historians use paper evidence, such as letters, documents and photographs, but archaeologists learn from the objects left behind by the humans of long ago, like bones and ceramics.
Read the grammar explanation and do the exercise.
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