My sister has attended night school for the past five years, and she will finally graduate at the end of July.
Reproach : praise completes the analogy.
The pronoun 'that' is functioning as a relative pronoun, introducing the relative clause 'that will be most useful', which relates information about its antecedent 'documents'.
Who is the interrogative pronoun, which takes the place of the nouns, the names of the senators which are the answer to the question.
The demonstrative pronoun in the sentence is "This".
A demonstrative pronoun points to or indicates something. In this sentence 'this' is indicating Max.
The interrogative pronoun is which.
The antecedent for the relative pronoun 'who' is everyone, an indefinite pronoun.
The indefinite pronoun is most, a word that takes the place of a noun for an unknown or unnamed amount that is less than all.
whats the simple predicate of this sentence, (During storms, people in open areas should crouch close to the ground.)
It should be the past tense of the verb - placed.
The debate team placed first in every competition this year.
In the example sentence, the pronoun 'whom' is an interrogative pronoun, a pronoun that introduces a question.
The interrogative pronouns are: who, whom, what, which, whose.
The pronoun 'whom' is the only objective interrogative pronoun; in the example sentence, 'whom' is the object of the preposition 'for'.
Note: The pronoun 'whom' also functions as a relative pronoun, a pronoun that introduces a relative clause which 'relates' to the noun antecedent.
The relative pronouns are: who, whom, whose, which, that.
Example: The person for whom the package came no longer lives here. (The relative clause 'relates' to the antecedent 'person'.)
The pronoun in the sentence is I, the subject of the sentence.
The pronoun 'I' is a personal pronoun that takes the place of a noun (or name) for the person speaking.
Future perfect is formed with will + have + past participle.
The past participle of repair is repaired, so the future perfect is -- will have repaired
He will have repaired the car by now.
The interrogative pronoun in the sentence is what.
The antecedent for an interrogative pronoun is usually the answer to the question.
The pronoun 'herself' is a reflexive pronoun, a word that 'reflects back' to its antecedent.
The reflexive pronouns are: myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves.