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Relative pronouns! Following is a list of common relative pronouns in English with ESL pictures and example sentences to help you master your English grammar. Relative Pronouns What is a Relative Pronoun? A relative pronoun
Relative Pronouns Who, Whom, Which, Why, When, Where, Whose, That, Definition and Example Sentences Who Relates to people (Subject) The musician who wrote this song is French. Whom Relates to people (Object) I know the boy whom sits next to you. Which Relates to animals and objects This is the cake which Mary made. Why Refers to reason Do you know the reason why the market is closed today? When Refers to time The day when the concert takes place is Saturday. Where Refers to places This is…
Relative pronouns online activity for 8-9. You can do the exercises online or download the worksheet as pdf.
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This resource includes everything you need to teach students the correct use of relative pronouns (who, whom, whose, which, that). Everything you need is here! The materials will allow you to explicitly teach, reinforce, and assess relative pronouns in just a few minutes a day. What’s Included: •PowerPoint Lesson (Monday) •Practice Printable (Tuesday) •30 Task Cards (Wednesday) •Sketch Notes (Thursday) •Assessment (Friday) •BONUS: Interactive Notebook Activity Download the…
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Sentences with Relative Pronouns: The relative pronoun is the word used to link a subordinate clause to an independent clause. It can be a subject, object,
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English Relative Pronouns, Definition and Examples Relative Pronouns Relative pronouns is the phrase that makes an additional explanation about a word in the sentence. Relative pronouns are not a sentence alone, they are side sentences that characterize a noun in the sentence. Different “relative pronouns” are used when describing the subject, object, or word of ownership of the sentence. It is important to pay attention to this sentence so that the sentence is complete and perfect in terms…
Let's do English ESL general grammar practice. The students have to complete sentences with relative pronouns. in the second exercise, they have to join two sen…
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This is a video activity to practice using relative pronouns who, which, where, and that. There is a YouTube video and a matching worksheet. Learners watch the video, look at the pictures, and complete the sentences using the correct relative pronoun. Find the video at this link: https://youtu.be/IFDyKAfaOSA - ESL worksheets
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