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A Relative Pronouns represents a preceding word.
This preceding word is called the Antecedent.
In this sentence, the word " who " is a relative pronoun, because it represents the preceding word " man ". Therefore, " man " is the Antecedent of " who ".
The relative Pronouns are : -- who , whose, whom , which that, and what.
Whose refers both to persons and things.
Which refers to lower animals and thing.
That is often used for " who, " " whom " or " which " but never for ' whose. "
What is equal to " that which " or " the thing which " . It contains the meaning of both the relative pronoun and its antecedent.
Note : - All relative pronouns have the singular and plural alike.
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