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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #104858: Relatives Who/Whom/Whose
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    Relatives Who/Whom/Whose


    Choose the right pronoun.



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    1. The women live in Paris are reputed to be elegant.

    2. Our classmates, to we lent our books, are serious and studious.

    3. The workers, enthusiasm was obvious, finished the work quickly.

    4. The musicians we heard yesterday have played together for many years.

    5. Parents children do well at school usually consider themselves fortunate.

    6. Children like music are often good at mathematics.

    7. The student to the prize was awarded had an impressive record.

    8. My friend, I visited last week, is taking a holiday soon.

    9. The class treasurer, to we gave the money, announces the balance of the account.

    10. The engineers designed the building received an award.









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