Relative Pronouns

Relative Pronouns - N. Relative Pronouns - Uses of que 1....

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Unformatted text preview: N. Relative Pronouns - Uses of que 1. The most commonly used relative pronoun que (that, which, who). It can refer to persons, places, or things, and is never omitted. a. Manuel es el muchacho que trabaja en esa tienda. (Manuel is the boy who Works in that store.) b. La pelicula que vieron anoche es francesa. (The movie they saw last night was French.) c. Cuernavaca es una ciudad que esta cerca de la capital. 2. After most prepositions of one syllable such as a, con, de, and en, the relative pronoun que is only used to refer to things. a. Las pelicuals de que hablan son de Espana. (The movies they are talking about are from Spain.) b. El dinero con que compro el coche era de su madre. (the Money he bough the car with was his mothers.) - Uses of quien(es) 1. Quien(who, whom) refers only to people. It is most commonly used after prepositions like (a, con, de) or to introduce a 1....
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course ROSP 203500 taught by Professor Perez during the Spring '08 term at Notre Dame.

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