Aug 30, 2017

The Beauty and the Beast: Relative Clauses: Quantifiers with Relative Pronouns

Quantifiers with relative pronouns

many of whom - most of whom - one of which - none of whom
some of which - lots of whom - two of which, among others.

We can use them as subject, object or object of a preposition.


She has three brothers, two of whom live in Brazil.
I read three books last week, one of which I really hated.
There were some good songs on the concert's playlist, none of which I listened to.

I. Watch the movie segment and talk to a partner.

1. Describe the scene.
2. What is the prince's personality?
3. What is the curse the old lady put on him?
4. Do you believe in curses? Why (not)?


 II. Complete the blanks with a quantifier and a pronoun, according to the information provided by the segment.

Many/Most/Some/A few/None/Lots/One +  OF + Whom/Which

1. There were many elegant ladies on the ballroom, ____________ were wearing white and ______________ was wearing blue, the singer.

2. The intruder opened the window of the ballroom lit by candles, ______________ went out in the wind.

3. When they saw the old woman's transformation, the guests, _______________  did not witness her putting the curse on the prince, ran away from the ballroom without looking back .

4. The servants used to have memories of the kingdom, _____________  were erased by the enchantress from the minds of the people they loved.

Answer key:

1.  Most of whom /  One of whom
2. Some of which
3. Most of whom
4. All of which