Relative Pronouns



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Relative Pronouns :



The most common relative pronouns are who, whom, which and that.

A relative pronoun acts as a pronoun and as a conjunction at the same time.

This is the man who saved me from drowning.

In this sentence, the relative who stands for the noun man (like a pronoun) and at the same time joins two word groups (like a conjunction).

Further examples :

1. I met the man whom you had spoken about.
2. Did you see the letter which came this morning?
3. Here is the book that you were looking for.







































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