7.1 Glossary - Key language concepts
Understanding words used to describe language and grammar will help you to improve your understanding of English more rapidly. This is a glossary of the most important terms used on this course.
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Refers to whether language is formal, informal or neutral (can be used in both formal and informal contexts). Here are some examples:
a pronoun that introduces a relative clause: that, which, who, whom, whose, where, when and why. The relative pronouns are marked in italics below: