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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #71808: Relative pronouns and conjunctions
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    Relative pronouns and conjunctions

    Relative pronouns and conjunctions

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    1. Reading is to the mind food is to the body.
    2. He laughs best laughs last.
    3. He must have a long spoon sups with the devil [William Shakespeare].
    4. Who is it you want to talk to?
    5. These people are so traumatized they can' t speak to anyone.
    6. house do you live in? the small one or the big one?
    7. will you help first of all?
    8. It is her we will help first of all.
    9. That book that you got me was so funny I could not help laughing reading that.
    10. Heaven helps those help themselves.
    11. Here is a book, the author is unknown.
    12. Here is a book author is unknown.
    13. This is a watch neither gains nor loses.
    14. Here is the best book I have ever read.

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