Nguyễn Thế Vũ Bài 12: Đại từ quan hệ - The Relative Pronouns Wednesday, September 28, 2011 Trong bài học hôm nay bạn sẽ được thầy Trịnh Thanh Toản dạy chi tiết về phần Đại Từ quan hệ - The R... Bài viết với video sẽ giúp bạn học rất chi tiết bài Đại từ quan hệ - The Relative Pronouns. Các đại từ quan hệ who, whom, whose, which, of wich, that,.. Cách sử dụng các đại từ quan hệ như thế nào...

Bài 12: Đại từ quan hệ - The Relative Pronouns

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*Definition: (Định nghĩa đại từ quan hệ)

A Relative Pronoun stands for the proceeding noun or pronoun (antecedent) and introduces an adjective clause.
e.g.:
-The man, who is standing over there, is my father.
- The table, which my mother bought yesterday, is beautiful.

1. General rubles:

                                  Antecedent

Function
Persons
Things and Animals
Subject (Ch t)

Object (Túc t)

Possessive (Sở hữu)
WHO

WHOM

WHOSE
WHICH

WHICH

WHOSE
OF WHICH

II. EXAMPLES:

1. Do you know the man who wrote these poems?
2.
a) My employer, whom I dislike, works in the next room.
(WHOM: object of DISLIKE)
b) Is that the man of whom you have been waiting?
(WHOM: object of FOR)
3. Alex Cook is a man whose opinions I respect.
That is the girl whose father works in the foundry.
4. Swimming, which is a sport, makes people strong.
5.
a) The flowers which you brought are beautiful.
(WHICH: object of BROUGHT)
b) That is the shop in which she works.
(WHICH: object of IN)
6. A tree whose branches (the branches of which/of which the branches) are dead should be cut down.
* It is much better to use a preposition phrase:
A tree with dead branches should be cut down.

*NOTES:

1. WHOM, WHICH and THAT are usually omitted from restrictive (defining) clauses when they are the object of the verb in the clause, or of a preposition that does not stand before them.

- Daddy, this is the man (who/that) I want to marry.
- The flowers (which/that) you brought are beautiful.
- The men (whom/that) we voted for won the election.

2. WHICH may have a whole preceding clause as its antecedent. In the use, WHICH is equivalent to AND THIS/ THAT (+NOUN)

- He invited us to dinner, which (and this/that) was very kind of him.
- They won the medal at last, which (and this/that victory) delighted the school.

3. THE USE OF “THAT”

a) THAT may replace WHO, WHOM and WHICH in restrictive (defining) clauses (in the examples 1 and 5a above).

b) THAT is not used after the comma (,) in non-restrictive (non-defining) clauses or after prepositions.

- Air, which we breathe, is made up of many gases.
- The man to whom you spoke is the manager.
(The man that you spoke to is the manager.)

c) THAT should be used:

* After a mixed antecedent (person + thing or animal)
- I met the people, cattle and vehicles that went to market.
- The dancers and landscapes that he painted were very vivid.
* After Adjectives in the superlative and THE FIRST, THE LAST, THE ONLY, THE VERY……
- He is the kindest doctor that I’ve ever worked with.
- The last words that he spoke were: “Long live Vietnam!”
- John was the only student that didn’t pass the examination.
* After most Indefinite Pronouns: ALL, MUCH, LITTLE, ANY, NONE, NOTHING, ANYTHING, NOBODY, EVERYTHING…
- Have you got all that you need?
- Much that I have ever read is untrue.
- I have never known anyone that is as lovely as our teacher.
- I love everything that she makes for me.
* After the opening IT IS/ WAS…. And the corresponding interrogative form.
- It was John that I was just talking to.
- Is it I that will be sacked by the boss?

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