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1 Parts of Speech DReview

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3 Relative Pronouns

4 DWho

5 Relative Pronouns DWho DWhom DWho DWhom

6 Relative Pronouns DWho DWhom DWhose DWho DWhom DWhose

7 Relative Pronouns DWho DWhom DWhose DWhich DWho DWhom DWhose DWhich

8 Relative Pronouns DWho DWhom DWhose DWhich DThat DWho DWhom DWhose DWhich DThat

9 Relative Pronouns DWho DWhom D DWhich DThat DWho DWhom D DWhich DThat

10 Relative Pronouns DWho DWhom D WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? DWhich DThat DWho DWhom D WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? DWhich DThat

11 Relative Pronouns DWho DWhom D WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? DWhich DThat DWho DWhom D WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? DWhich DThat PEOPLE

12 Relative Pronouns DWho DWhom D WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? DWhich DThat DWho DWhom D WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? DWhich DThat PEOPLE ANIMALS WITH NAMES

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15 Barbaro, the horse that won the Kentucky Derby, had to be put down.

16 ANIMALS WITH NAMES Barbaro, the horse who won the Kentucky Derby, had to be put down.

17 ANIMALS WITH NAMES Barbaro, the horse who won the Kentucky Derby, had to be put down. The wild horses who roamed the prairies were as fast as the wind.

18 ANIMALS WITH NAMES Barbaro, the horse who won the Kentucky Derby, had to be put down. The wild horses that roamed the prairies were as fast as the wind.

19 ANIMALS WITH NAMES The dog who barked all night kept me awake.

20 ANIMALS WITH NAMES The dog that barked all night kept me awake.

21 ANIMALS WITH NAMES The dog that barked all night kept me awake. Lassie was the dog that saved her master.

22 ANIMALS WITH NAMES The dog that barked all night kept me awake. Lassie was the dog who saved her master.

23 Relative Pronouns DWho DWhom D WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? DWhich DThat DWho DWhom D WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? DWhich DThat PEOPLE ANIMALS WITH NAMES

24 Relative Pronouns DWho DWhom D WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? DWhich DThat DWho DWhom D WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? DWhich DThat PEOPLE ANIMALS WITH NAMES THINGS

25 Relative Pronouns DWho DWhom D WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? DWho DWhom D WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

26 Relative Pronouns DWho serves as the subject of the relative clause. DWhom serves as indirect object, direct object or object of the preposition. DWho serves as the subject of the relative clause. DWhom serves as indirect object, direct object or object of the preposition.

27 Relative Pronouns DWho serves as the subject of the relative clause. DWhom serves as indirect object, direct object or object of the preposition. DWho serves as the subject of the relative clause. DWhom serves as indirect object, direct object or object of the preposition.

28 Relative Pronouns DMEMORY TIP

29 Relative Pronouns DMEMORY TIP CFollow the m. DMEMORY TIP CFollow the m.

30 Relative Pronouns DMEMORY TIP CFollow the m. CWhom:them:him (her). CAsk the question in the clause. DMEMORY TIP CFollow the m. CWhom:them:him (her). CAsk the question in the clause.

31 Relative Pronouns DMEMORY TIP CFollow the m. CWhom:them:him (her). CAsk the question in the clause. CIf the answer would be him (her) or them, then you use whom. DMEMORY TIP CFollow the m. CWhom:them:him (her). CAsk the question in the clause. CIf the answer would be him (her) or them, then you use whom.

32 Relative Pronouns DThe Oshkosh children whom police said were locked out of their house were taken to a shelter.

33 Relative Pronouns DThe Oshkosh children whom police said were locked out of their house were taken to a shelter. DWhom were locked away? DThe Oshkosh children whom police said were locked out of their house were taken to a shelter. DWhom were locked away?

34 Relative Pronouns DThe Oshkosh children whom police said were locked out of their house were taken to a shelter. DWhom were locked away? DThem were locked away. DThe Oshkosh children whom police said were locked out of their house were taken to a shelter. DWhom were locked away? DThem were locked away.

35 Relative Pronouns DThe Oshkosh children whom police said were locked out of their house were taken to a shelter. DWhom were locked away? DThem were locked away. NOT. DThe Oshkosh children whom police said were locked out of their house were taken to a shelter. DWhom were locked away? DThem were locked away. NOT.

36 Relative Pronouns DThe Oshkosh children who police said were locked out of their house were taken to a shelter. DWhom were locked away? DThem were locked away. NOT. DThe Oshkosh children who police said were locked out of their house were taken to a shelter. DWhom were locked away? DThem were locked away. NOT.

37 Relative Pronouns A prize was given to the student whom was deemed most deserving.

38 Relative Pronouns A prize was given to the student whom was deemed most deserving. Whom was deemed most deserving? A prize was given to the student whom was deemed most deserving. Whom was deemed most deserving?

39 Relative Pronouns A prize was given to the student whom was deemed most deserving. Whom was deemed most deserving? Him was deemed most deserving. A prize was given to the student whom was deemed most deserving. Whom was deemed most deserving? Him was deemed most deserving.

40 Relative Pronouns A prize was given to the student whom was deemed most deserving. Whom was deemed most deserving? Him was deemed most deserving. NOT. A prize was given to the student whom was deemed most deserving. Whom was deemed most deserving? Him was deemed most deserving. NOT.

41 Relative Pronouns A prize was given to the student who was deemed most deserving. Whom was deemed most deserving? Him was deemed most deserving. NOT. A prize was given to the student who was deemed most deserving. Whom was deemed most deserving? Him was deemed most deserving. NOT.

42 Relative Pronouns The man whom the woman said raped her was described as tall and skinny.

43 Relative Pronouns The man whom the woman said raped her was described as tall and skinny. Whom raped her? The man whom the woman said raped her was described as tall and skinny. Whom raped her?

44 Relative Pronouns The man whom the woman said raped her was described as tall and skinny. Whom raped her? Him raped the woman. NOT. The man whom the woman said raped her was described as tall and skinny. Whom raped her? Him raped the woman. NOT.

45 Relative Pronouns The man who the woman said raped her was described as tall and skinny. Whom raped her? Him raped the woman. NOT. The man who the woman said raped her was described as tall and skinny. Whom raped her? Him raped the woman. NOT.

46 Going on a which hunt

47 DThe house that is painted pink has just been sold. DThe house, which is painted pink, has just been sold. DThe house that is painted pink has just been sold. DThe house, which is painted pink, has just been sold.

48 Going on a which hunt DThe cup that he stepped on is in the trash. DThe cup, which he stepped on, is in the trash. DThe cup that he stepped on is in the trash. DThe cup, which he stepped on, is in the trash.

49 Essential clause DEssential to identify which one you are referring to. DNeeds to be close—so no comma. DIntroduced by “that.” DEssential to identify which one you are referring to. DNeeds to be close—so no comma. DIntroduced by “that.”

50 Nonessential clause DNot essential to identify which one you are referring to. DA “by the way” piece of information. DNeed not be close—so commas. DIntroduced by “which.” DNot essential to identify which one you are referring to. DA “by the way” piece of information. DNeed not be close—so commas. DIntroduced by “which.”

51 Memory trick

52 DUse that to tell which …

53 Memory trick DUse that to tell which … (to specify one of many) DUse that to tell which … (to specify one of many)

54 Memory trick DUse that to tell which … (to specify one of many) And which to tell that DUse that to tell which … (to specify one of many) And which to tell that

55 Memory trick DUse that to tell which … (to specify one of many) DAnd which to tell that (simply providing more info) DUse that to tell which … (to specify one of many) DAnd which to tell that (simply providing more info)

56 ‘who’ & ‘, who’ DRelative clauses introduced by who may also be either essential or nonessential. DThe doctor who performed the operation was very kind. DThe doctor, who performed the operation, was very kind. DRelative clauses introduced by who may also be either essential or nonessential. DThe doctor who performed the operation was very kind. DThe doctor, who performed the operation, was very kind.

57 What’s wrong? DThe Hall of Fame player that I most admired was on the Baltimore Colts.

58 What’s wrong? D The book which she dropped on the ground was called “Grammar for Dummies.”

59 What’s wrong? D The car which caused the accident was chased by the police.


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