「Adjectives and Adverbs」
「Adj pred + N」
To make a relative clause
The relative clause is a modifying clause which is placed before the noun to be modified. The Japanese language does not have relative pronouns such as "who," "which," "that," nor relative adverbs like "when," or "where." The tense of the relative clause must be in the present form if the state presented there is concurrent with the action or state presented in the main clause. (Ex., 2, 3.)
Sakki made kurakatta heya ni hi ga sashikonda.
The sunlight streamed into the room, which had been dark until a while ago.
Uta ga jōzuna Mori-san wa itsumo pātī de utatte ita.
Mr. Mori, who was good at singing, always sang at parties.
Michiko-san wa iro ga azayakana doresu ga suki deshita.
Michiko loved bright dresses.
Hope this helps!
°˖ ✧◝(○ ヮ ○)◜✧˖ ° こゆうきあいはら °˖ ✧◝(○ ヮ ○)◜✧˖ °