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19 Soal (Essay) Relative Pronoun Beserta Jawaban

Kumpulan Soal (Esai/Uraian) Materi Relative Pronoun

1. Tuliskan definisi relative pronoun!

2. Tuliskan fungsi who dalam relative pronoun!

3. Tuliskan fungsi which dalam relative pronoun!

4. Tuliskan fungsi that dalam relative pronoun!

5. Tuliskan fungsi whose dalam relative pronoun!

6. Tuliskan fungsi whom dalam relative pronoun!

7. Tuliskan contoh kalimat penggunaan relative pronoun!

8. What is relative pronoun and examples?

9. What are the 7 relative pronouns?

10. Where is a relative pronoun?

11. What is the example of relative pronoun in sentence?

12. How do you explain relative pronouns?

13. How do we use relative pronouns?

14. What are the 5 relative pronouns?

15. How to Teach Relative Pronouns

16. Why is it called a relative pronoun?

17. What is the difference between relative pronoun and conjunction?

18. Is but a relative pronoun?

19. What is the difference between relative pronoun and relative adverb?


1. Sesuai dengan namanya, relative pronoun merupakan kata ganti untuk menggabungkan dua kalimat independen yang memiliki satu subjek dan objek. Pada dasarnya, kata ganti ini meliputi who, whom, whose, which, dan that. Namun ada juga indefinite relative pronoun dengan suffix -ever, seperti whoever, whomever, dan whichever. Keistimewaan dari relative pronoun adalah kata ganti ini dapat berfungsi sebagai subject, direct object, atau possesive. Kata ganti ini hanya mengidentifikasi makhluk hidup atau benda mati dan tidak bisa dipakai untuk mewakili angka (tunggal atau jamak) maupun gender.

2. Who: Biasanya digunakan untuk kata ganti orang, namun bisa juga digunakan untuk hewan. Kata ganti Who bisa digunakan sebagai defining maupun non-defining relative clause.

3. Which: Digunakan sebagai kata ganti hewan dan juga benda-benda mati. Kata ganti ini bisa digunakan sebagai defining maupun non-defining relative clause.

4. That: Bisa digunakan untuk semua baik manusia maupun benda mati. Kata ganti ini hanya bisa digunakan sebagai defining clause untuk memberikan makna pada sebuah kalimat.

5. Whose: Bisa digunakan untuk menggantikan manusia dan hewan. Namun, terkadang juga bisa digunakan untuk kata ganti benda dalam situasi formal. Kata ganti ini bisa digunakan untuk defining atau non-defining clause.

6. Whom: Biasanya digunakan untuk kata ganti orang dalam bentuk formal ataupun dalam sebuah tulisan. Seringkali kata ganti ini dipakai dengan preposition. Whom jarang sekali digunakan dalam bentuk percakapan, karena akan lebih lazim jika menggunakan who. Kata ganti ini bisa digunakan untuk defining maupun non-defining clause.

7. Di bawah ini merupakan contoh-contoh kalimat relative pronoun yang bisa kamu pelajari.
1. I think there’d be a lot of children who’d love to have a climbing wall in school.
2. That’s the dog who doesn’t like me.
3. There’s this guy at work, who’s one of my friends, well he’s never been on a train.
4. She’s going out with a bloke who’s in the army.
5. The woman who I saw yesterday was Sheila.
6. It was Cath who Ian gave the keys to.
7. There was only one person with whom the old man spoke.
8. She smiled as she remembered the scholar with whom she had shared a love of books.
9. You need to tick the box which says yes.
10. Another activity that I have chosen is photography.
11. The new sports complex, which will be built on the site of the old power station, will provide facilities for cricket, soccer, bowls, and badminton.
12. We met somebody last night WHO did the speech therapy course two years after you
13. The 8:30 is the train that you need to get
14. She blamed herself for everything that had happened.

8. A relative pronoun is a pronoun that heads an adjective clause. The relative pronouns are "that," "which," "who," "whom," and "whose." Here are some simple examples: That. The dog that stole the pie is back.

. The most common are which, that, whose, whoever, whomever, who, and whom. In some situations, the words what, when, and where can also function as relative pronouns.

10. Pronouns are words that take the place of a noun. Relative pronouns are used at the beginning of an adjective clause (a dependent clause that modifies a noun). The three most common relative pronouns are who, which and that.

11. Relative pronouns are placed directly after the noun or pronoun they modify. For example: The driver who ran the stop sign was careless. The children, whom we love dearly, need better educations.

12. Relative pronouns, like conjunctions, are words that join clauses in this case, a relative clause to its main clause. The type of relative pronoun used depends on what kind of noun is being described. The woman who came to the door left flowers for you. I am not sure whom this book belongs to.

13. Relative pronouns are used to link two sentences that have the same noun or pronoun in them. Relative pronouns form the beginning of a relative clause. When we use a relative pronoun to connect information together we call it a relative clause.

14. The five relative pronouns are who, whom, whose, which, and that.

1. Warm up.
2. Introduce and Drill Vocabulary.
3. Introduce Structure.
4. Practice Relative Pronouns.
5. Produce.
6. Review.

16. A relative pronoun is a pronoun that introduces a relative clause. It is called a "relative" pronoun because it "relates" to the word that its relative clause modifies

17. Relative pronouns are different from conjunctions. ... They not only connect two clauses but also act as the subject or object of the verb in the relative clause. This is the main difference between conjunctions and relative pronouns. Conjunctions merely connect two clauses.

18. What is used only to refer to things and not persons. When used as a relative pronoun what means 'that which'.

19. The main difference is that relative adverbs join two independent clauses together. That is, they join two clauses that can stand alone as sentences. However, relative pronouns join an independent clause and a dependent clause, or one that cannot stand alone as a complete sentence.