Adjective Clauses: More Uses of Relative Pronouns in English (WHICH, WHOM)

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Adjective Clauses: More Uses of Relative Pronouns in English (WHICH, WHOM)

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Index:
0:10 Introduction: Listen for adjective clauses.
1:08 Using WHICH to refer to a whole idea
3:29 Using WHICH with quantifiers
4:37 Using WHOM with quantifiers
5:22 Your turn: practice task

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