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Using Connectors and Relative Pronouns: Who, Which, That, And and But

Here is a nice little exercise for you. You should fill in the connectors “and,” “but,” and the relative pronouns “who,” “which” or “that.” Sounds easier than it is, but hopefully you’ll manage with this explanation: And – add new information to your sentence. But – add a contrast to your sentence. A contrast is something… Continue reading Using Connectors and Relative Pronouns: Who, Which, That, And and But

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ESL grammar · Grammar · Relative pronoun

Relative pronouns: Who, Which, and Whose

In this article we’ll talk about who, which and whose. These are called relative pronouns. (Just so you know.) The public is the only critic whose opinion is worth anything at all. – Mark Twain When to Use Who You use “who” to refer (talk about) a person. Example: The man who is driving that old… Continue reading Relative pronouns: Who, Which, and Whose

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