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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #39407: Relative pronouns
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    Relative pronouns


    Fill in the gaps with the appropriate relative pronoun: who,whom,that(when necessary), whose, which or where

     

     

     

     





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    1. Give me the strongest rope you can find.

    2. The man name you have mentioned is unknown to me.

    3. The man you are speaking about is a thief.

    4. 'Oliver Twist' is one of the best novels Dickens ever wrote.

    5. The murderer story you have just read had a tragic end.

    6. The restaurant we had lunch was very clean.

    7. The visitor who wants to understand how the ship's instability led to the disaster can use a computer to design a ship to
    he can add guns,wind and sails.

    8. Here is the man son was killed

    9. This the only solution I can think of

    10. The best current exhibits you can see include life on a warship,









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