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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #18867: Relative pronoun
For a neutral antecedent (not human)
For a human antecedent
When we talk about possession (human or not)
Mary whose children go to school with mine is sick.
Equal of WHOSE but preferred in formal language for neutral antecedent.
Mind the order of the words.
It's an issue the purpose of which I don’t understand.
For an antecedent concerning a place:
With a human antecedent, complement.
She married a teacher whom she had met at university.
Can substitute WHICH in the informal language and the best way after
everything, nothing, anything, something, only, all and superlatives.
I didn't know the child that brought this book.
It's a rule that doesn't change my way of thought.
He'll show you something that will surprise you.
Choose the right relative pronoun.
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