Spanish Grammar/Relative pronouns
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Relative pronouns are used to join a pronoun to an entire clause.
An example in English:
It was Lucy who sent the letter.
"Who sent the letter" is a relative clause and "who" is a relative pronoun. "Who" refers to the same thing as "it".
|Masculine Singular||Feminine Singular||Masculine Plural||Feminine Plural||English|
|el cual||la cual||los cuales||las cuales||the one(s) who, the one(s) that|
|lo que||that which, what, whatever|
|los que||las que||those who, those that|
|que||que||que||que||that, who, which|