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Relative Pronoun

on January 23, 2013

What is the mean of relative pronoun?     

Relative pronoun “relates” a subordinate clause to the rest of the sentence. It may be found in adjective and noun clauses.A relative pronoun is found only in sentences with more than one clause.

In modern English there are six relative pronoun :

-Person        : whom, that, who

-Thing           : which, that

-Place            : where

-Time             : when

-Possesion   : whose

-Reason        : why

1a. The girl works at starbuck

b. I talked about her yesterday

the answer = The girl whom I talked about yesterday works at starbuck.

2a. The boy is my uncle’s son

b. My mother gave him some money

the answer = The boy whom my mother gave some money is my uncle’s                                             son.

3a. Tony helped a boy

b. His bike got a flat tire

the answer = Tony helped the boy whose bike got a flat tire.

4a. Mr. Alex bought a car

b. He saw it at the car expo

the answer = Mr.Alex bought a car that he saw at car expo.

5a. We will donate our money to the earthquake victims

b. Their houses were totally damaged by the disaster

the answer = We will donate our money to the earthquake victims                                                       whose houses were totally damaged by the disaster.

6a. I will never forget the day

b. You kissed me for the first time at that time

the answer = I will never forget the day when you kissed me at the first time.

7a. The car belongs to Mr.Budi

b. Its windows are broken

the answer = The car whose windows  are broken belongs to Mr.Budi.

8a. The man helped on old lady

b. He lives in a big house

c. The lady’s house was poorly built

the answer = The man who lives in a big house helped on lady whose house                                      was poorly built.

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