Students will be able to
- use defining relative clauses to give essential information about something or someone,
- use non-defining relative clauses with commas to give extra information about something or someone when the information is not essential,
- practise using the correct relative pronoun (who, that, which, or where) to introduce a relative clause,
- use the relative pronoun who to refer to subject pronouns such as I, he, she, we, and they and the relative pronoun whom to refer to object pronouns such as me, her, him, us, and them,
- use the relative pronoun whose to refer to possession,
- understand that the relative pronoun can be left out of a defining relative clause if it is defining the object (e.g., Those are the goals (that) I set for myself) but must always be used in a non-defining relative clause,
- understand that the relative pronoun that can replace who, whom, and which in defining relative clauses but not in non-defining relative clauses.