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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #24211: Relative pronouns
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    Relative pronouns

    who is used to refer to a person.

    which and that are used to refer to a thing.

    what means 'the thing that'.

    whose is used instead of his/her/their.

    whom can be used formally instead of who when it is the object of the verb, but who is more common in spoken English.

    where is used to refer to a particular place.

    if who, which or that is the subject of the relative clause, the pronoun is important and must be kept, but if it is the object, the pronoun may be left out.

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    1. People the company employs are expected to sign a contract.
    2. The house you saw belongs to my brother.
    3. The only thing matters is to tell the truth.
    4. That's the house I was born.
    5. The girl phoned to my sister is her best friend.
    6. Ann, children are now grown up, is looking for a job.
    7. I told the police happened.

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