It would be good to see some examples with que as well, not just qui or qu'
"If including / [number] of which is followed by a conjugated verb, in French you need to add a relative pronoun (qui or que / qu') in front of the verb"
It would be easy to include, but not sure it is essential - que/qu' are the same word and used identically except that qu' comes as the contraction before a vowel/h muët, but remains as que before a consonant. (Qui does not contract)
That is covered on 'prior' lessons (level B1) on the basics of those relative pronouns. This lesson is directed at the use of dont, and assumes prior knowledge.
Qui = Who/which/that (French Relative Pronouns)
Que = Whom/which/that (French Relative Pronouns)
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