Who, which, that exercises

Relative clauses and relative pronouns. Learn the difference between “who”, “which” and “that”.

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Sometimes we want to define the noun or give some detail about it. That’s when we need relative clauses. For example, The apple tart that you brought was delicious. “That you brought” is the relative clause. We can use the words “who”, “which” and “that” in relative clauses, we call them relative pronouns. Which pronoun to choose depends on two factors: 1) the noun: are we talking about a person or a thing 2) the type of a relative clause: it can be defining or non-defining. The exercises on this page will help you practise the relative pronouns “who”, “which”, “that” and learn to choose the right one.