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Relative pronouns

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Presentation related to the use of the relative pronouns as well as the correct applications of this, those, these and that.

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Relative pronouns

  1. 1. RELATIVE PRONOUNS
  2. 2. USE We use realtive pronoun to add more information to a sentence
  3. 3. RELATIVE PRONOUN GIVES MORE INFORMATION ABOUT … WHO A person WHICH A thing WHERE A place
  4. 4. We use who to add information about a person ■ My sister, who is twelve, loves horses. ■ This is my friend Sara, who lives on a boat. ■ My father, who owns a horse, participated in the race.
  5. 5. We use which to add information about a thing ■ I have got a computer, which I use for doing my homework. ■ This photo, which my sister took, is of our holiday in France.
  6. 6. We use where to add information about a thing ■ This is my bedroom, where I sleep. ■ This is the park, where we play football.
  7. 7. THIS,THAT,THESE. THOSE
  8. 8. ■ We use this and these to talk about things that are neaar to us. – This is my guitar. – These are my shoes ■ We use that and those to talk about things that are further away from us – That is my desk, over there – Those are my CD´s, on the shelf by the window.

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