One of the greatest hurdles facing middle school students learning English is relative pronouns.
He's staing with relatives.
Week 13: Learn about absolute, and relative, motion.
The relative pronoun 'that' has two states, a nominative case and objective case, but there is no possessive case.
Soldiers were regularly relieved and found relative safety in the dug-outs.
The problem quoted isn't one, but there are problems in the reading section that ask you to distinguish relative pronouns from relative adverbs.
Relative to overall sales, that of software is insignificant.
However, the preposition+relative pronoun (which) part becomes a relative adverb (where).
I have a new relative: my sister got married, so now I have a brother-in-law.
The words 'beautiful' and 'ugly' are relative terms.
Ah, y-yes ... Sorry, Coz. "Hey! You might be my relative but here I'm your senior and a doctor. Keep things straight while you're in the hospital!"
He accepted the truth with relative ease. (On zaakceptował prawdę ze względnym spokojem.) Danny is a distant relative of my father. (Danny jest dalekim krewnym mojego ojca.)
Doesn't he have a relative in town or something?
Relative pronouns perform as 'conjunction + pronoun'.