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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.
Relative Clause; Defining Relative Clause; Non-defining Relative Clause
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Articles for Teachers
How to teach defining relative clauses
How to present and practise restrictive relative clauses for saying which thing you are talking about, with typical errors and defining relative clauses games
How to teach reduced relative clauses
How to present and practise shorter forms of relative clauses with present and past participles
How to teach non-defining relative clauses
How to teach non-restrictive relative clauses for optional extra information, including non-defining relative clauses games
How to teach defining and non-defining relative clauses
How to present and practise relative clauses, including defining and non-defining relative clauses games
How to teach relative pronouns
How to present and practise that, which, who, whose, etc.
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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||Who or Whom (7)|