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Am I correct to say that the relative pronoun "who" is used only for humans?
For dogs, cats, penguins, parrots, etc. the relative pronoun is "which", am I right?
If the relative pronoun for dogs, cats, parrots, penguins, crocodiles, dinosaurs, etc...is not "which", then what is it please? Thanks in advance for your answer.
Is there a difference between american english usage and british english usage with regards to the above?
And please note that bhai originally responded to the question "For dogs, cats, penguins, parrots, etc. the relative pronoun is "which", am I right?"
bhaisahab responded, correctly, "no". It is one possible relative pronoun. 'That' is another. In some cases, a zero relative pronoun is also possible.
Given bhai's distinguished record in this forum, your question about his being a native speaker is , at best, inappropriate; given the distinguished record of some non-native speakers, it is offensive.