schlechte horror spiele den der ler sidst ler bedst Relative pronouns are pronouns that are used in relative clauses that characterize a noun.
ruby laser autonivel there Those identifying people (subject) who/that
Those identifying people (object) who/whom/that
Those identifying non-living objects and animals which/that
Possession (both for humans and objects) whose
- We use “who” and “whom” for people, and “which” for objects. “That” can be used both for humans and objects. Their use:
- a) We use “who, which, that” following a name or to signify the person or object we are talking about.
the man who first landed on the moon
the book that you gave me yesterday
the person who/whom you are calling
- b) We use “who” or “which” to provide further information about someone or something whose identity we are already aware.
Anna Black, who is a nurse, wants to work in Turkey.
I drink a lot of water, which is good for health.
- c) “Whose” can be used to express possession over objects and/or people. Just like an adjective, “whose” must be used together with the object of possession.
This is Jill, whose father is our school director.
2.We can use “where” after names of places, “when” after names of time, and “why” after the word “reason.”
I prefer cities where you can go swimming.
Let’s go to California in June, when it is hot.
What is the reason why she didn’t eat with us?