Relative pronouns

This is John. He lives here.

We use relative pronouns to join two pieces of information together. It replaces the noun. So instead of repeating the noun This is John. He lives here. we can use a relative pronoun to link the two sentences together This is John who lives here. We use who for people: She is the girl who lives next door to my […]

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Relative pronouns and phrasal verbs

John Prine, Angel from Montgomery Level: A2 (Pre-Intermediate) – American English Practise relative pronouns and phrasal verbs with this John Prine song. Glossary “named after“: given somebody’s name “burnt down“: destroyed by fire “hold onto“: keep and not let go “broken down“: something mechanical doesn’t work anymore “wake up“: stop sleeping

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