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Grammar tag

Interrogative Pronouns

There are five interrogative pronouns in English. Each is used to ask a specific question. In this lesson, we will learn more about these pronouns.

 

Relative Pronouns

Relative pronouns are matchmakers of English grammar. They come in the beginning of relative clauses and join two clauses together. Ready to learn about them?

 

That vs. Who or Whom

'Who', 'whom', and 'that' are all relative pronouns. Two of them are used as a subject and one of them is the object. If you want to which is which, read this!

 

Which vs. Whom

Which and whom are two commonly used pronouns, using them a lot makes lots of confusion for new learners. So let's not waste one moment and start learning.

 

Who vs. Whom

Despite the fact that 'whom' is not used commonly in English; it is possible for you to face this word in formal articles. So, what is the difference?

 

Whom vs. Whose

'Whom' and 'whose' are used a lot in English grammar. So it is important to be able to use them correctly.

 

Whom vs. Whomever

It is rare to see whomever in daily English. But it is important to know the difference between 'whom' and 'whomever.'

 

Whom vs. Whomst

It is not common to see 'whomst' and even 'whom' in everyday English. Since you have been faced with them, let us start learning about them in this article.

 

Whom

'Whom' is a WH-word, which is mostly used in question form. In this lesson, we will learn everything about this word.

 

Nominal Relative Pronouns

Nominal relative pronouns are also known as free relative pronouns are used to introduce a relative clause. Click here to learn!

 
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