English Grammar: Relative Pronoun

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Definition:

Relative pronouns, such as That, Who, Which, Whose and Whom can be used to introduce clauses in sentences:

The woman who interviewed me was very friendly.

I can't stand dogs that bark loudly.

See Also:

Relative Clause; Defining Relative Clause; Non-defining Relative Clause Related Article Relative Clauses - Learn about Relative Pronouns in Non-Restrictive Clauses (Non-Defining clauses) and Restrictive Clauses (Defining clauses).

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Beginner Relative pronouns- Which & Where (10)
Intermediate Relative Pronouns (10)
Intermediate Relative Pronouns 2 (35)
Intermediate Relative Pronouns- Omission (10)
Intermediate Relative Pronouns- Which & Where (10)
Intermediate That & What (10)
Intermediate Which or Where? (10)
Advanced Relatives (16)
Advanced Who or Whom (7)