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I scolded the boy ____ shouting disturbed me whom who whose
I scolded the boy whose shouting disturbed me.
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User: Our president is a man ____ people respect who or whom or whose

User: I scolded the boy ____ shouting disturbed me whom who whose

Weegy: I scolded the boy whose shouting disturbed me.
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User: A relative pronoun usually introduces a(n): adverb or an adjective or noun

Weegy: Adjectives are describing words. Adjectives are added to nouns to state what kind, what colour, which one or how many. [ Adjectives are said to modify nouns and are necessary to make the meanings of sentences clearer or more exact. ]
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User: what is a relative pronoun usally introduces?

Weegy: A relative pronoun usually introduces a relative clause/dependent clause. Relative clauses usually modify a word phrase or idea in the main clause.....openstudy.com/updates/4f6a401fe4b0ba795ab38fc3
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