What is Relative Pronoun?
A relative pronoun is used to connect a clause or phrase. It includes who, whom, that, which, whoever, whomever, and whichever.
Examples of Relative Pronouns
- I know what you think about me.
- She is the girl whom I helped yesterday.
- The girl who is studying is my sister.
- He’s the man whom I met in London.
- A passport that is out of date is invalid.
- The book which you have is mine.
- She’s an artist whose work I really admire.
- I don’t want to see them, whoever they are.
- He was free to marry whomever he chose.
- Whichever you have, is yours, not mine.
- It’s the best thing that has ever happened to me.
- The teacher whom I like the most is Mrs. Jones.
- That’s the man whose house was burned down.
- The person who won the race trained hard.
- This is the scariest movie that I have ever seen.
- The man who is talking to me is a doctor.
- This is my friend whose father is a soldier.
- This is the girl who lives near my house.
- The pen that I bought yesterday, has been lost today.
- Tell me the name of the boy whom you want to marry.
List of Relative Pronouns