are when and where relative pronouns

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No . When and where aren't relative pronouns . The relative pronouns are who, whom, whose, which, that

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OF course, when and where are relative pronouns and also they're relative adverbs. As relative pronouns, when stands for a time. Ex: Ramadan is a month when muslims fast.
 Where as a relative pronoun  refers to a place. Ex: This is the house where I live.

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