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Relative Clauses with Whose

This subject is on request: Let’s practise making sentences with “whose.” Whose is a relative pronoun. Other relative pronouns are: who, which, and that. by Leonard Bentley You need a relative pronoun if you want to combine two sentences. For instance: Suppose you have the two following sentences: 1 The boy won the poetry contest.… Continue reading Relative Clauses with Whose

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Relative clauses: Who, Which, and Whose

What are relative clauses? Relative clauses are the parts of the sentence that give additional information, often about a noun. They’re not independent sentences, so you can’t put them on their own. They often start with a wh-word, which in technical terms is called the relative pronoun. Relative clauses are an economic way of putting… Continue reading Relative clauses: Who, Which, and Whose

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