What is that in grammar analysis?

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What is that in grammar analysis?

What is that in grammar analysis?

The "who" is a relative pronoun when it replaces a noun (masculine or feminine, singular or plural, subject or object complement). ... The "who" is an exclamation pronoun when referring to things (not people), it can be replaced by "what" and the sentence ends with an exclamation point.

What conjunction is it now?

correlative: they are used in pairs between two propositions and put two elements in correspondence: and ... and, or ... or, nor ... nor, both ... both, not only ... but also, now. .. now, a lot ...

What pronoun is that?

The relative pronoun generally serves to avoid the repetition of a component of the sentence, called antecedent. ... The main relative pronouns are the following: Che (invariable) Which (variable according to gender and number: which, which, which)

What conjunction is so much?

consecutive: when they introduce a sentence that indicates the consequence of the action expressed by the regent: (so much… that, so… from, so… that); 5. final: when they introduce a sentence that indicates the purpose of the action expressed by the regent (so that, that, why ...); 6.

What exactly is in grammar analysis?

Proprio and its declined forms (proper, proper, proper) can replace the possessive adjectives of the third person his, hers and theirs but only in cases where there is identity between the subject and the possessor. In general, it does reinforce the idea of ​​possession expressed by the adjective.
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