Relative pronouns are pronouns (words which stand for nouns) – which relate one meaning to another meaning. The commonest are 'that', 'which', 'who' and 'whose'. 'Where' and 'when' also fit this pattern. In form, most relative pronouns are wh- words, and are the same as interrogative pronouns. The difference lies in how they are used in a sentence.
Relative pronouns often behave like subordinating conjunctions.
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