Relative Pronouns

Relative Pronouns :

A Relative Pronoun is a pronoun such as who, which, that etc. by which a relative clause is connected to the rest of the sentence.

A Relative Pronoun denotes a relation or reference to an antecedent word, clause or sentence.

A Relative Pronoun refers or relates to some noun going before which is called its Antecedent.

There are few relative pronouns in English language. They are which, that, whose, whoever, whomever, who and whom. On few occasions, what, when, and where are also play the roles of relative pronouns.

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