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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #11097: Who, Whom, Which, or Whose?
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Relative sentences [Change theme]
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    Who, Whom, Which, or Whose?


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    1. book will you buy ?

    2. Is this the umbrella you lost ?

    3. The man is sitting by the door takes a break.

    4. He reminds me of someone I used to know.

    5. The children played in the snow had fallen during the night.

    6. He is the doctor I will see this afternoon.

    7. John is the boy father is a painter.

    8. She is the girl I saw at the party last night.

    9. The student lent you his book, speaks Italian.

    10. The boy to you spoke is my cousin.

    11. Marco Polo was a young traveler father was a rich man.

    12. This is the painting Mr.Cool showed us last week.

    13. The gloves I lost at school yesterday were not my best ones.

    14. The doctor she visited is famous.

    15. The flowers my boyfriend gave me have died.

    16. She doesn't know the person they mentioned.

    17. The magazine you lent me is interesting.

    18. The man is resting is very tired.

    19. The boy sat next to you is my friend.

    20. We are using books were printed last year.









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