Relative Clauses Who and Which, Definition and Examples

Relative Clauses Who and Which, Definition and Examples

Relative Clauses Who and Which, Definition and Examples


Relative Clauses Which

If the entity we want to characterize in a sentence or want to make it more specific is an inanimate entity, which we usually use.

  • Thanks to this, we provide the specific meaning that we provide with who.

Example Sentences

  • The car which is standing in front of the apartment is my car.
  • The house which we rented was in pink.
  • The bananas, which I bought on Monday, are rotten.
  • The wallet which I bought last week is already stolen.



Relative Clauses Who

  • ”Who” is a kind of relative clause we use when the subject or object we want to describe is a human being.
  • Relative clauses provide details about the action specified in the preceding clause.

Example Sentences

  • The woman who is with the red dress asking me the address was very beautiful.
  • My teacher, who came to Spain in 2001, likes to ride her mountain bike.
  • I think the people who that live on the island are very friendly.

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