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Pronouns that introduce adjective clauses and relate to words or ideas which precede them are called _____.

A.) antecedents <-------- is it this one
B.) personal pronouns
C.) relative pronouns

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  1. Sorry -- but I disagree.

    Relative pronouns introduce adjective clauses.


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    Ms. Sue
  2. C. Relative Pronouns

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