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Q: the class of pronouns that usually introduces an adjective clause is?
A: An adjective clause usually begins with a relative pronoun: a word that relates the information in the adjective clause to a word or a phrase in the main clause. The most common adjective clauses begin with one of these relative pronouns: who, [ which, and that. All three pronouns refer to a noun, but who refers only to people and which refers only to things. That may refer to either people or
things. Two other relative pronouns used to introduce adjective clauses are whose (the possessive form of who) and whom (the object form of who). Whose begins an adjective clause that describes something that belongs to or is a part of someone or something mentioned in the main clause. ]
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User: the class of pronouns that usually introduces an adjective clause is?

Weegy: An adjective clause usually begins with a relative pronoun: a word that relates the information in the adjective clause to a word or a phrase in the main clause. The most common adjective clauses begin with one of these relative pronouns: who, [ which, and that. All three pronouns refer to a noun, but who refers only to people and which refers only to things. That may refer to either people or things. Two other relative pronouns used to introduce adjective clauses are whose (the possessive form of who) and whom (the object form of who). Whose begins an adjective clause that describes something that belongs to or is a part of someone or something mentioned in the main clause. ]



User: the class of pronouns that does not need a specific antecedent is?

Weegy: You're referring to the impersonal pronoun. [ The impersonal pronoun is the pronoun it when used without definitely referring to or being preceded by anything, as in it was snowing and it seems hard to believe. Read more: ]
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