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Reviewing Relativizers and Demonstratives

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In my last three posts on this subject, I gave you a look at demonstratives and relativizers.

Because “that” and “which” are two of the most common demonstratives *and* relativizers, students often get confused about the uses of these two types of words. This post will review demonstratives and relativizers (especially the more challenging ones) in a series of tables and a downloadable workbook.

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Simple enough, I hope. To master your use of English relativizers and demonstratives, complete the activities in this workbook Magoosh Relativizer Demonstrative Worksheet. It includes the tables in this post, the explanations in my previous three posts, and several activities.

 

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