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Relative pronoun-antecedents & examples

Relative pronoun antecedents

ANTECEDENTS WITH RELATIVE PRONOUN

Relative pronoun antecedents & examples

Relative Pronoun Antecedents:

That
Who
Whom
Where
Which

Like, With other Pronouns, When a Relative pronoun must be used before when the antecedent is identified. Clauses are used in Relative Pronoun.

Examples:

  • The girl who wears the black shirt.

Here, ( In this sentence ” who ” is the relative pronoun which is clearly the antecedent ” the girl “and ” girl is a noun and animate noun ).

  • My best friend, where did you get her.

Here, ( In this example, ” where ” is the relative pronoun which is clearly the antecedent ” My best friend ” ).

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Related Topics:

1: Antecedents with demonstrative Pronoun

2: Antecedents with Personal Pronoun

3: Antecedent definition Usage & examples

4: Pronoun antecedent agreement & examples

5: Collective Nouns as Antecedents

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