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I need help concerning relative pronouns.

For example, I'll use this sentence:

The poem that he wrote was a sonnet.

I know that the relative pronoun in this sentence is 'that'. Is it's antecedent 'poem'?

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    Yes, it is.

    =)

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    Oh, okay, just checking. Thank you!
    :)

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    You're welcome.

    =)

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