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Transcript of Pronouns
Relative pronouns, Tom
Relative pronouns which/ that, Wessel
Object pronouns, Sarah
Indefinite pronouns and adverbs, Stan
Which or That? Both!
To tell about a specific person
Example: Him,Her,Them,Me etc
Comes after a verb or prepostition
Indefinite Pronouns and Adverbs
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When we talk not specific about something
Pronouns and Adverbs
We use either who or that to refer to people:
He's the one who's wearing the blue jacket.
The man that's standing next to him.
That: 'The painting that was hanging in the room was stolen.'
Which: 'The painting, which was hanging in the room, was stolen.'
1. I know my neighbour, so
2. She's younger than
, so Im older than
3. I played hide and seek but I couldn't find
4. He was annoying
, so I payed
5. She bullied
, so he fought against
I haven't touched anything
No one is going to the party
In most sentences you can use them both