We use relative pronouns after a noun to make it clear which person or thing we are talking about.
For example, we use who to provide more information about a person.
Commonly used relative pronouns:
|Explanation of when we can and cannot use 'that' as a relative pronoun.||Instantâneo Aulas|
|Five features that will help you to identify and use non-definining relative pronouns.||BBC Learning|
|When to use 'which' and 'that'.||Dr Clare Lynch|