5 Relative Pronouns That We Use Every DaySpoilers: We’ll be diving into who vs. whom in this one! The first thing we should mention is that relative pronouns introduce relative clauses. A relative clause is a type of dependent clause (a clause that can’t stand by itself as a complete sentence). It adds extra information to a sentence. The five relative pronouns are who, whom, whose, which, and that. Who vs. Whom …
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hole, club, house, dive, joint, track, saloon, hall, bank, clubhouse, roadhouse, rotunda, honky-tonk, hangout, bar, dump, tavern, taproom, pub, lounge
Origin of pool hall
An Americanism dating back to 1925–30
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