Learn Portuguese with cris #93
Hello guys! I'm @crissimoes and this is my ninety third post here on @dsound. Are you ready for another class?
Today we are going to talk about Relative Pronouns.
A Relative Pronoun is a word that combines two parts in a sentence standing in a place of a noun.
Let's check some Relative Pronouns:
Que - means who, whom, which and that. For example:
A mulher que telefonou ontem, é a Ana. - The woman that calls yesterday is Ana.
O menino que está naquela cadeira é o João. - The boy that is in at that chair is João.
Quem - mean who or whom. This Relative Pronoun is used just to refer to people. Example:
A pessoa a quem ela dedicou o prémio é o seu namorado. - The person to whom she dedicated the prize is her boyfriend.
Qual/Quais - They have the same meaning as "Que" and "Quem". They are used to refer to both people and things.
O jogador de futebol sobre o qual falei é considerado o melhor do mundo. - The soccer player who I talked about is considered the best of the world.
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