「Adjectives and Adverbs」
Relative clauses, otherwise known as noun-modifying clauses precede the nouns which they modify. In Japanese, there are no relative pronoun equivalents to the English words of 'which,' 'that,' or 'who.' In Japanese, adjectives can appear in any tense in the predicate of a relative clause, this is also applicable to Japanese verbs.
Samukunai hi wa niwa de hatarakimasu.
On the days that are not cold, I work in the yard.
Tanoshikatta natsuyasumi ga owatta.
The summer vacation that was enjoyable ended.
Genki datta koinu ga kyū ni shinda.
The puppy that had been healthy died suddenly.
(*^｡^*) こゆうきあいはら (*^｡^*)