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  • Are you sometimes wondering if you should say 'the person who' or 'the person that'?

  • Are you unsure when to use 'whom' or 'whose', or 'which' or 'what'?

  • Then join me in this lesson for a complete review of relative pronouns.

  • Hello and welcome everyone. This is Minoo at Anglo-Link.

  • Today, we're going to review the

  • use of words like 'whom', 'who', 'whose', 'which' and 'that'

  • when they're used as relative pronouns.

  • A relative pronoun is used after a noun to make it clear which person or

  • thing we're talking about. The information that follows the pronoun is

  • contained in what we call a relative clause. There is often some confusion

  • about which word to use in different situations.

  • Sometimes, we want to give information about a person, sometimes about an object.

  • Sometimes, it is about something that belongs to the person or the object.

  • So, in this lesson, I will clarify the usage of relative pronouns and also

  • explain when you can drop these pronouns. By the end of this lesson you will have

  • learned how to use these words correctly when you speak and when you write.

  • So, when you're ready we can begin!

Are you sometimes wondering if you should say 'the person who' or 'the person that'?

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相對代詞和句子 - 英語語法課 (Relative Pronouns & Clauses - English Grammar Lesson)

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