Relative pronouns/ adverbs
Refer to people
Refer to things or animals
Refer to people, animals or things (can replace which or who, informal)
Refer to possession
Refer to a people, used instead of who if who is the object.
Refer to places
Refer to time
Refer to reasons
RELATIVE PRONOUN/ ADVERB + SUBJECT + VERB
The present which he gave me was just amazing.
That memorable moment was the time when he kissed me for the first time.
Jack sent me a job offer that I couldn’t decline.
RELATIVE PRONOUN AS SUBJECT + VERB
The girl who is standing next to John is my younger sister.
Venus flytrap is a plant which traps insects.
Henry is a man who is very kind and friendly.
1. Defining relative clauses
2. Non-defining relative clauses
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