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Relative Pronouns with Examples

Relative Pronouns with Examples

What are Relative Pronouns?

Relative pronouns connect a phrase to a noun or pronoun, generally in order to provide more information. They are "that," "which," "who," "whom," and "whose."

Types of Relative Pronouns:

The relative pronouns in English are that, which, who, and whom. We use the following:

Examples of Relative Pronouns

Here are some examples of relative pronouns that helps to illustrate how they can provide additional information to sentences by connecting them to clauses or phrases:

As you can see in these examples, the relative pronouns provide information that makes the sentence more understandable. These clauses or brief phrases can be used in place of lengthy additional sentences.

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