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What age groupYear or Grade 10
What topicRelative Pronouns
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Have you ever wondered how language has evolved over time? How words, phrases, and grammar rules changed through the centuries? Today, we will embark on a journey through time, all the way back to the Middle Ages, to discover how English language has transformed and why it is the way it is today.

The Relative Pronouns

As we travel through history, we will focus specifically on relative pronouns. These are pronouns that are used to connect a dependent or relative clause to a main clause, and they include words like "who," "whom," "whose," "which," and "that." We will examine why relative pronouns were created and how their usage has changed over time, ending with modern-day English rules for using these important parts of speech.

Interactive Learning

To make the most out of our journey, we will engage in interactive learning activities. You will have the chance to practice using relative pronouns in real-life examples, as well as explore the history of English language through videos and interactive quizzes. By the end of our lesson, not only will you know how to use relative pronouns effectively, but you will also have a newfound appreciation for the fascinating journey of linguistic evolution.

Are you ready to start our journey through time and relative pronouns? Let's begin!