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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #82785: Relative pronouns
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    Relative pronouns

    Choose the right pronoun.

    English exercise "Relative pronouns" created by hidalgo with The test builder
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    1. We must find something with to light the fire.
    2. To are you speaking ?
    3. were you talking to ?
    4. I was very disappointed with the man on honesty I had relied.
    5. He demands that students should concentrate more on their work, in he is right.
    6. He wanted to find somebody to he might talk.
    7. I expected has happened !
    8. John is the pupil work I showed you.
    9. is to be seen in that town ?
    10. It is raining hard, prevents me from going out.
    11. Two witnesses were called, testified that they saw a man running from the house on the night of the murder.
    12. The country, to they returned after ten years, had completely changed.
    13. She phoned her neighbours, she knew very well, to ask them a favour.

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