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Transcript of Relative Pronouns
Felix the cat who caught the mouse.
The person whom I talked to last night was my friend.
Use 'who' when it is replacing the subject.
Use 'whom' when it is replacing the object.
Take A Guess!
What do you think a relative pronoun is ?
A relative pronoun is used to introduce a relative clause.
Ex: who, whom, that, which, whose, whoever
Difference Between 'Who' and 'Whom'
What goes with What?
Who and Whom: are used when replacing people (subject or object).
Whose: is used for possession.
That and which: used for things
The car in which I drive is old.
The person that hit me was mean.
The car whose driver was drunk crashed.
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