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Using Relative Pronouns in
Sentences
English V
Demonstrative Pronouns
Worksheet
Checking of Assignment
Use the following object pronouns in
sentences.
me, you, him, her, it
us, you, them
Review
This child is very
much like us except
he has disabilities.
Is it possible for this
child to live a normal
life?
Motivation
When she was six years old, Gennet
lost her eyesight to a mysterious ailment
later diagnosed as Steven Johnson’s
Syndrome, an intolerance to ordinary
medication. She underwent several
operations which failed to restore her
Roselle “Gennet” Ambubuyog
eyesight. But her handicap did not stop Gennet for
excelling – she graduated valedictorian in both
elementary and high school. She is a recipient of over
100 medals, awards and citations from competitions
in Math, Science, History, extemporaneous speaking,
Journalism and essay writing.
In 1996, Dr. Co, a cornea specialist, inspired by the
story of Gennet, offered to operate on her for free
which proved successful. She was granted a
scholarship by the Ateneo de Manila University, were
she earned a degree in BS Mathematics.
His accomplishments were rewarded by President
Ramos with a full scholarship and support from his
Social Fund.
Roselle “Gennet” Ambubuyog
Gennet is a hero in her own right because she
was able to achieve academic excellence despite her
handicap. She certainly serves as an inspiration
among children and youth.
Roselle “Gennet” Ambubuyog
Read the following pair of sentences carefully.
Then combine the two sentences in each
number and rewrite them as one sentence.
1. a. Roselle Ambubuyog is a blind woman.
b. Roselle graduated Valedictorian in
Ateneo.
2. a. Roselle is now a successful woman.
b. Her inability to see did not hinder her
from achieving her goals.
Presentation
Expected answers:
1. Roselle Ambubuyog is a blind woman who
graduated Valedictorian in Ateneo.
2. Roselle Ambubuyog, whose inability to see
did not hinder her from achieving her goals, is
now a successful woman.
Presentation
Expected answers:
1. Roselle Ambubuyog is a blind woman who
graduated Valedictorian in Ateneo.
2. Roselle Ambubuyog, whose inability to see
did not hinder her from achieving her goals, is
now a successful woman.
In sentence 1, what word replaced the noun
Roselle Ambubuyog?
In sentence 2, what word replaced Roselle
Ambubuyog?
Analysis and Discussion
Who and whose are relative pronouns.
Some examples of relative pronouns are:
1. Who or whoever refers chiefly to
persons, but may also be used to refer to
animals that show high level of
intelligence.
2. Which or whichever refers to animals or
things or occasionally collective nouns
referring to persons.
Remember
3. That refer to persons, animals or things.
4. What or whatever never has an
antecedent and is roughly equivalent to
that which.
5. Whom refers to persons and used when
the pronoun is the object of the
preposition.
Remember
A relative pronoun is a pronoun that
introduces an adjective clause (also called a
relative clause.
The standard relative pronouns are
which, that, who, whom, and whose. Who
and whom refer only to people. Which
refers to things, qualities, and ideas--never
to people. That and whose refer to people,
things, qualities, and ideas.
Remember
Get a partner. Take turns in combining the
sentences using relative pronouns to
improve the pair of sentences.
1. My youngest sister broke the vase.
The vase is very expensive.
Oral Practice
1. My youngest sister broke the vase
which is very expensive.
Oral Practice - Key
2. Nikka met Yogi.
Yogi had just returned from Singapore.
Oral Practice
2. Nikka met Yogi who had just returned
from Singapore.
Oral Practice - Key
3. She is a transferee.
I want her to be my friend.
Oral Practice
3. She is a transferee whom I want to be
my friend.
Oral Practice - Key
4. My mother is a good teacher.
My mother is forty-seven years old.
Oral Practice
4. My mother who is a good teacher, is
forty-seven years old.
or
My mother who is forty-seven years old,
is a good teacher.
.
Oral Practice - Key
5.Mrs. Garperio was rewarded by the
principal.
Mrs. Garperio is a very dedicated
teacher.
Oral Practice
5.Mrs. Garperio who is a very dedicated
teacher was rewarded by the
principal.
Oral Practice - Key
Combine the two sentences using relative
pronouns.
1. The janitor was very lazy. The janitor was
removed from the service.
2. The treasurer is trustworthy. The
treasurer is a newcomer in the office.
Written Practice
3. Jose practices wholeheartedly. Jose won
the declamation contest.
4. My grade in English is 95 percent.
English is my favorite subject.
5. Nicole has the best oration. Nicole got
the gold medal.
Written Practice
Combine the two sentences using relative
pronouns.
1. The janitor who was very lazy, was
removed from the service.
2. The treasurer who is trustworthy, is a
newcomer in the office.
Written Practice - Key
3. Jose who practices wholeheartedly, won
the declamation contest.
4. My grade in English, which is my
favorite subject, is 95 percent.
5. Nicole who has the best oration, got
the gold medal.
Written Practice - Key
Combine and improve each pair of
sentences using the relative pronouns who,
whom, which, that, and whose.
1. He told me a story.
The story was very interesting and funny.
2. Aurora and Agueda are thoughtful.
I consider them as my best friends.
Evaluation
3. Nikka accomplished many things.
She was so industrious and patient
4. I was introduced to Jose Luansing.
He was the Little Mayor of Marikina City.
5. The man could not read nor write.
He was illiterate.
Evaluation
Combine and improve each pair of
sentences using the relative pronouns who,
whom, which, that, and whose.
1. He told me a story which was very
interesting and funny.
2. Aurora and Agueda whom I consider as
my best friends are thoughtful
Key
3. Nikka who accomplished many things
was so industrious and patient.
4. I was introduced to Jose Luansing who
was the Little Mayor of Marikina City.
5. The man who could not read nor write
was illiterate.
Key
Answer worksheet
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Relative Pronouns
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2nd qtr 2 relative pronouns

  • 1. Using Relative Pronouns in Sentences English V
  • 3. Use the following object pronouns in sentences. me, you, him, her, it us, you, them Review
  • 4. This child is very much like us except he has disabilities. Is it possible for this child to live a normal life? Motivation
  • 5. When she was six years old, Gennet lost her eyesight to a mysterious ailment later diagnosed as Steven Johnson’s Syndrome, an intolerance to ordinary medication. She underwent several operations which failed to restore her Roselle “Gennet” Ambubuyog eyesight. But her handicap did not stop Gennet for excelling – she graduated valedictorian in both elementary and high school. She is a recipient of over 100 medals, awards and citations from competitions in Math, Science, History, extemporaneous speaking, Journalism and essay writing.
  • 6. In 1996, Dr. Co, a cornea specialist, inspired by the story of Gennet, offered to operate on her for free which proved successful. She was granted a scholarship by the Ateneo de Manila University, were she earned a degree in BS Mathematics. His accomplishments were rewarded by President Ramos with a full scholarship and support from his Social Fund. Roselle “Gennet” Ambubuyog
  • 7. Gennet is a hero in her own right because she was able to achieve academic excellence despite her handicap. She certainly serves as an inspiration among children and youth. Roselle “Gennet” Ambubuyog
  • 8. Read the following pair of sentences carefully. Then combine the two sentences in each number and rewrite them as one sentence. 1. a. Roselle Ambubuyog is a blind woman. b. Roselle graduated Valedictorian in Ateneo. 2. a. Roselle is now a successful woman. b. Her inability to see did not hinder her from achieving her goals. Presentation
  • 9. Expected answers: 1. Roselle Ambubuyog is a blind woman who graduated Valedictorian in Ateneo. 2. Roselle Ambubuyog, whose inability to see did not hinder her from achieving her goals, is now a successful woman. Presentation
  • 10. Expected answers: 1. Roselle Ambubuyog is a blind woman who graduated Valedictorian in Ateneo. 2. Roselle Ambubuyog, whose inability to see did not hinder her from achieving her goals, is now a successful woman. In sentence 1, what word replaced the noun Roselle Ambubuyog? In sentence 2, what word replaced Roselle Ambubuyog? Analysis and Discussion
  • 11. Who and whose are relative pronouns. Some examples of relative pronouns are: 1. Who or whoever refers chiefly to persons, but may also be used to refer to animals that show high level of intelligence. 2. Which or whichever refers to animals or things or occasionally collective nouns referring to persons. Remember
  • 12. 3. That refer to persons, animals or things. 4. What or whatever never has an antecedent and is roughly equivalent to that which. 5. Whom refers to persons and used when the pronoun is the object of the preposition. Remember
  • 13. A relative pronoun is a pronoun that introduces an adjective clause (also called a relative clause. The standard relative pronouns are which, that, who, whom, and whose. Who and whom refer only to people. Which refers to things, qualities, and ideas--never to people. That and whose refer to people, things, qualities, and ideas. Remember
  • 14. Get a partner. Take turns in combining the sentences using relative pronouns to improve the pair of sentences. 1. My youngest sister broke the vase. The vase is very expensive. Oral Practice
  • 15. 1. My youngest sister broke the vase which is very expensive. Oral Practice - Key
  • 16. 2. Nikka met Yogi. Yogi had just returned from Singapore. Oral Practice
  • 17. 2. Nikka met Yogi who had just returned from Singapore. Oral Practice - Key
  • 18. 3. She is a transferee. I want her to be my friend. Oral Practice
  • 19. 3. She is a transferee whom I want to be my friend. Oral Practice - Key
  • 20. 4. My mother is a good teacher. My mother is forty-seven years old. Oral Practice
  • 21. 4. My mother who is a good teacher, is forty-seven years old. or My mother who is forty-seven years old, is a good teacher. . Oral Practice - Key
  • 22. 5.Mrs. Garperio was rewarded by the principal. Mrs. Garperio is a very dedicated teacher. Oral Practice
  • 23. 5.Mrs. Garperio who is a very dedicated teacher was rewarded by the principal. Oral Practice - Key
  • 24. Combine the two sentences using relative pronouns. 1. The janitor was very lazy. The janitor was removed from the service. 2. The treasurer is trustworthy. The treasurer is a newcomer in the office. Written Practice
  • 25. 3. Jose practices wholeheartedly. Jose won the declamation contest. 4. My grade in English is 95 percent. English is my favorite subject. 5. Nicole has the best oration. Nicole got the gold medal. Written Practice
  • 26. Combine the two sentences using relative pronouns. 1. The janitor who was very lazy, was removed from the service. 2. The treasurer who is trustworthy, is a newcomer in the office. Written Practice - Key
  • 27. 3. Jose who practices wholeheartedly, won the declamation contest. 4. My grade in English, which is my favorite subject, is 95 percent. 5. Nicole who has the best oration, got the gold medal. Written Practice - Key
  • 28. Combine and improve each pair of sentences using the relative pronouns who, whom, which, that, and whose. 1. He told me a story. The story was very interesting and funny. 2. Aurora and Agueda are thoughtful. I consider them as my best friends. Evaluation
  • 29. 3. Nikka accomplished many things. She was so industrious and patient 4. I was introduced to Jose Luansing. He was the Little Mayor of Marikina City. 5. The man could not read nor write. He was illiterate. Evaluation
  • 30. Combine and improve each pair of sentences using the relative pronouns who, whom, which, that, and whose. 1. He told me a story which was very interesting and funny. 2. Aurora and Agueda whom I consider as my best friends are thoughtful Key
  • 31. 3. Nikka who accomplished many things was so industrious and patient. 4. I was introduced to Jose Luansing who was the Little Mayor of Marikina City. 5. The man who could not read nor write was illiterate. Key