When finished, try the Relative Pronoun Quiz.
Relative pronouns are used to link phrases or clauses to other phrases or clauses. The relative pronouns are who, whom, that, which, whoever, whomever, and whichever.
In the sentences below the relative pronouns are in italics.
I don't know who called.
Brad asked to whom he should give the package.
Pat knew that she had won the match.
Jerry didn't know which was his.
Emily told whoever came first to open the gate.
Josh told Alex to ask whomever he wanted.
Sarah took whichever was left over.