ExplanationA pronoun which is used at the start of a relative clause, e.g. who, which, that (the girl who won the race, the necklace which/that I found).
In this activity, students will look at examples of sentences and turn them into one sentence that incorporates a relative clause with a relative pronoun. You can review relative clauses and relative pronouns using the Englicious glossary and 'Professional development' pages, found in the 'Content type' menu to the left.
- This is a dance group. This dance group does not exclude people.
- This is a dance group which does not exclude people.
- The same status was granted to Montenegro. Montenegro’s inhabitants were encouraged to identify with the territory’s historic identity.
- The same status was granted to Montenegro, whose inhabitants were encouraged to identify with the territory’s historic identity.
Find the relative pronoun in a range of examples
Identify the relative pronouns in each of the following examples. Click on the word (or words) to select or deselect them.
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