English grammar use the Relative Pronouns

 English grammar has many elements.Relative Pronoun is one of them.Let's go for learning relative pronoun

As a general rule, who is used for persons only. It may refer to a Singular or a Plural Noun.
            The man who is honest is trusted.
            Blessed is he who has found his work.
            He prayeth best who loveth best.
            He who hesitates is lost.
            They never fail who die in a great cause.
            They are slaves. Who dare not be.
            In the  right with two or three.

Who is sometimes used in referring to animals.

Whose ( the Possessive form of who ) is used in speaking of persons , animals and also things without life; as,
            The sun, whose rays give life to the earth , is regarded by some people as a god.
            This is the question whose solution has baffled philosophers of all ages.

Which is used for things without life and for animals. It may refer to a Singular or Plural Noun.
            The moment which is lost is  for eve.
            The books which help you most are those which make you think most.
            The horse which I recently bought is an Arab.

Which was sometimes formerly used to refer to persons; as,
            Our Father, which art in heaven.

Which may also refer to a sentence; as,
            The man was said to be drunk, which was not the case.
            He said he saw me there, which was a lie.
            He is here, which is fortunate.

Note: The relative pronouns who and which can be used-------

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