Spoken English Class Day 5

Spoken English 5
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it is another type of pronoun. They introduce additional information about something mentioned in the sentence. Relative pronouns include these words:




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Traditionally, who refers to people, and which and that refers to animals or things.

for example:-

The woman who called earlier didn’t leave a message.

i saw a car in the morning and i think that was nice car.

My car, which is nearly twenty years old, still runs well.

Who vs. whom—subject and object pronouns

it is very crucial to know the use of  who and whom.There is a little  difference in both: Who is for the subject of a sentence or clause, and whom is for the object of a verb or preposition. Here are a couple of a quick examples:

Who mailed this package?

To whom was this package sent?

See the difference? Who is a subject pronoun. It’s in the subjective case, just like I, he, she, they, and we. Whom is an object pronoun, which puts it in the objective case along with me, him, her, them, and us. An easy way to determine whether you should use who or whom in a sentence is to answer the sentence’s question by substituting another pronoun that is affected by case. With the new pronoun in place, determine whether the sentence still makes sense. For example:

He mailed this package.

The package was sent to him.

Figuring out when to use whom can be more difficult than knowing when to use who because it typically comes before the sentence’s verb when used in a question. 


open opened opened

love loved loved

watch watched watched

swim swam swum

Dance Danced Danced

Talk Talked Talked

Move Moved Moved

Choose Chose Chosen

Meet Met Met

Get Got Gotten


How old are you?

i am …. years old.

what do you want?

No, i don’t want anything.

i want my breakfast.

where are you from?

Basically, i am from punjab.

what is going on?

someone is coming.

it may rain tomorrow.


Narrate Describe

initiate start

furious very angry

beautiful gorgeous

quick rapid