|Subject pronouns||Object pronouns||Possessive adjectives||Possessive pronouns||Reflexive pronouns|
The man who sold you that book is my teacher.
Whois definite pronoun because the sentence mentions the person in advance)
Arnold schwarzenegger is one of the most popular action movie actors.
Arnold schwarzenegger was the governor of California.
Arnold schwarzenegger, who is one of the most popular actors, was the governor of California.
Betty is the president of Bedrock.
Wilma praised Betty at the meeting.
Betty, whom Wilma praised at the meetingm, is the president of Bedrock.
Whomreplaces Betty, which is the object of the verb
The book that is assigned to me is 400 pages.
San Francisco, which is a great city in California, is where my brother lives.
whomexcept in an indefinite way.
Someone sold you that book. He / she did not give you the right one.
Whoever sold you that book. He / she did not give you the right one.(
Whoeveris the subject of the verb sold.)
You sold that book to someone. He / she is probably unhappy now.
Whomever you sold that book to, is probably unhappy now.(
Whomeveris the object of the verb sold.)
Jack is the best in class. I borrowed jack's notebook.
Jack, whose notebook I borrowed, is the best in class.