Relative Pronouns - Relative pronouns Relative pronouns are...

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Relative pronouns Relative pronouns are used to link information found in different parts of a sentence. The relative clause provides additional information about the person or thing mentioned in the first part of the sentence. Quiero ir al museo que está cerca del centro relative pronoun relative clause
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Relative Pronouns You introduce a relative clause with a relative pronoun . The most common relative pronoun is que. que refers to both persons and things el artista que pintó este cuadro el obra teatral que divierte a todo el mundo
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Relative Pronouns Quien (and the plural quienes ) is the relative pronoun that is used to refer to people. It is usually (but not always) used after a preposition . After a preposition, que refers only to things; quien(-es) refers to persons. There is no accent mark on quien/quienes when you use them as relative pronouns. la cantante con quien hablé los pintores de quienes te hablé
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