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All the best, Kirk The Learn English Team Hello, I have just done an exercise putting 2 sentences together using relative pronouns, but this example has foxed me. But is doesn't made sense, so what relative pronoun should it be? Most people use 'who' for all forms except when the word follows a preposition such as to, for, with and so on.

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When Hi, Why ‘who’ is used instead of ‘that’ in the following sentence?

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