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Unformatted text preview: 12. she/to want (simple past)/to rent/car ___________________ 13. I/to forget (simple past)/to change/money ___________________ 74 Shared by www.itdunya.com ITDunya.com Great Learning Urdu Web Forum Come and join us for more...... Contact us: afridi@itdunya.com www.itdunya.com Chapter 23 THE RELATIVE PRONOUNS WHO / WHICH / THAT Who, which and that are relative pronouns. They are usually used in dependent clauses introduced by a main clause: —I tipped the waiter who (that) served us. —We thanked the people who (that) helped us. Note that in the above two examples who and that are substituted for one another. Even though who is more grammatically correct than that in reference to a person or persons, that is heard often in speech. Who is used only for people. That can be used to refer to a person or thing. Which is used only for things: —The car, which we rented, doesn’t work THE RELATIVE PRONOUNS WHOM / WHICH / THAT Follow the same rules for using who(m), which, and that, as you do with other relative pronouns. The...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2014 for the course ENG 99 taught by Professor Michal during the Winter '13 term at CSU Sacramento.

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