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Pronouns when and where revised
Pronouns when and where revised
Pronouns when and where revised
Pronouns when and where revised
Pronouns when and where revised
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  • 1. EXAMPLES OF WHEN AND WHERE AS RELATIVE PRONOUNS:
  • 2. RELATIVE PRONOUN WHERE = IN OR AT THAT PLACE I live in a neighborhood where people don’t talk to each other. Main sentence: I live in a neighborhood. Embedded sentence: People don’t talk to each other in the neighborhood. Explanation : Use relative pronoun “where” if there is a preposition of place in the embedded sentence.
  • 3. WHERE = IN OR AT THAT PLACE I live in a neighborhood where people don’t visit each other. Main sentence: I live in a neighborhood. Embedded sentence: People don’t visit each other in the neighborhood. Explanation : Use relative pronoun “where” if there is a preposition of place in the embedded sentence.
  • 4. WHERE = IN OR AT THAT PLACE I live in a neighborhood where there is a lot of crime. Main sentence: I live in a neighborhood. Embedded sentence: There is a lot of crime in the neighborhood. Explanation : Use relative pronoun “where” if there is a preposition of place in the embedded sentence.
  • 5. RELATIVE PRONOUN WHEN = IN, AT OR ON AT THAT TIME 1998 was the year when I started to work at Laney. Main sentence: 1998 was they year. Embedded sentence: I started to work at Laney in 1998. Explanation : Use relative pronoun “when” if there is a preposition of time in the embedded sentence.
  • 6. RELATIVE PRONOUN WHEN = IN, AT OR ON AT THAT TIME Tuesdays and Thursdays are the days when I have a heavy teaching schedule. Main sentence: Tuesdays and Thursdays are the days. Embedded sentence: I have a heavy teaching schedule on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Explanation : Use relative pronoun “when” if there is a preposition of time in the embedded sentence.
  • 7. RELATIVE PRONOUN WHEN = IN, AT OR ON AT THAT TIME December is the month when I was born. Main sentence: December was the month. Embedded sentence: I was born in December. Explanation : Use relative pronoun “when” if there is a preposition of time in the embedded sentence.
  • 8. RELATIVE PRONOUN WHEN = IN, AT OR ON AT THAT TIME I can remember the time when Martha and I became friends. Main sentence: I can remember the time. Embedded sentence: Martha and I became friends at that time. Explanation : Use relative pronoun “when” if there is a preposition of time in the embedded sentence.

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