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How the 'proposition wh-'relative clauses work in the sentencesa sentence

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The researchers had made this happen by lengthening the period of daylight to which the peach trees on whose roots the insects fed were exposed.

The researchers had made this happen by lengthening the period of daylight to which the peach trees on whose roots the insects fed were exposed.

ImI'm really trying to get familerfamiliar with the context marked  (i dontI don't know exact terms. I suppose that proposition wh- clause?  ) and iI have to get some views of how the natives or good at english-at-English learners take in and interpret it  .

And please change into infomalinformal forms: I guess (to which) and (on whose) isare way too literary style. Thanks

The researchers had made this happen by lengthening the period of daylight to which the peach trees on whose roots the insects fed were exposed.

Im really trying to get familer with context marked(i dont know exact terms. I suppose that proposition wh- clause?  ) and i have to get some views of how the natives or good at english learners take in and interpret it  

And please change into infomal forms I guess (to which) and (on whose) is way too literary style. Thanks

The researchers had made this happen by lengthening the period of daylight to which the peach trees on whose roots the insects fed were exposed.

I'm really trying to get familiar with the context marked  (I don't know exact terms. I suppose that proposition wh- clause?) and I have to get some views of how the natives or good-at-English learners take in and interpret it.

And please change into informal forms: I guess (to which) and (on whose) are way too literary style. Thanks

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The researchers had made this happen by lengthening the period of daylight by lengthening the period of daylight toto which the peach trees on the peach trees on whose roots the insects fed were exposed. roots the insects fed were exposed.

Im really trying to get familer with context marked(i dont know exact terms. I suppose that proposition wh- clause? ) and i have to get some views of how the natives or good at english learners take in and interpret it

And please change into infomal forms I guess (to which) and (on whose) is way too literary style. Thanks

The researchers had made this happen by lengthening the period of daylight to which the peach trees on whose roots the insects fed were exposed.

Im really trying to get familer with context marked(i dont know exact terms. I suppose that proposition wh- clause? ) and i have to get some views of how the natives or good at english learners take in and interpret it

And please change into infomal forms I guess (to which) and (on whose) is way too literary style. Thanks

The researchers had made this happen by lengthening the period of daylight to which the peach trees on whose roots the insects fed were exposed.

Im really trying to get familer with context marked(i dont know exact terms. I suppose that proposition wh- clause? ) and i have to get some views of how the natives or good at english learners take in and interpret it

And please change into infomal forms I guess (to which) and (on whose) is way too literary style. Thanks

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