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Relative clauses

Relative clauses

A detailed overview of the uses of the relative pronouns. Learn the differences between these pronouns with this intermediate level grammar lessons with exercises to help you understand.

In English, relative clauses are used to tell us which thing or person the speaker is referring to so we don’t need to start a new sentence. ‘Whose’, ‘whom’, and ‘where’ are words that precede them. This intermediate level grammar lesson will show you how to use them correctly.

Relative clauses are a tool that tells us which thing or person the speaker is referencing. ‘Who’, ‘that’, and ‘which’ are all words that precede these clauses and are known collectively as relative pronouns.  This page will attempt to elucidate these points for intermediate level students.

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