In this sentence: Its shape resembles that of a kangaroo’s hind foot. What part of speech would that be?
I have example of two sentences here He has to write a report.' with he, she,it we will be using has. but why we are using have here instead of has with "She" She doesn't have to wear a uniform ...
Example: I will sue the person who murdered my neighbour. In the above example, should we treat who as a relative pronoun, a conjunction, or both?
Reminded by What is the grammatical function of so in this sentence, something that has always bothered me is that the word "so" can be used as a pronoun: It looks like rain Responding with: ...
Is the word "who" an adverb? If not, what is it? If it is an adverb, what type of adverb is it?