It’s Grammar Time: Relative Pronouns (Who, Whom, Whose)
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by Caitlin Hardeman
It's all relative, except when it comes to relative pronouns! Their job is to connect a noun with a relative clause that gives more information about the noun. This worksheet focuses on the relative pronouns who, whom, and whose.
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Mastering pronouns enables students' writing to be more sophisticated. They are able to construct more complex sentences and express ideas more original ways. This short unit focuses on possessive, indefinite and reflexive pronouns, in addition to pronoun and antecedent agreement.
Mastering pronouns enables students' writing to be more sophisticated.
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Exercise: Possessive Nouns 3
Exercise: Pronoun Antecedent Agreement 2
Exercise: Relative Pronouns
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