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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #9098: Relative pronouns
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    Relative pronouns


    The relative pronouns WHICH, WHO, WHOSE, WHERE

    WHICH

    WHO

    Non-Human:
    The dog
    which is here is very aggressive.

    Human:
    The girl
    who is looking at us is called Sarah.

    WHOSE

    WHERE

    Possessive:
    This singer, whose name I don't remember, has a beautiful voice.

    Place:
    This is the town where I live.

     





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    - Fill in with one of these 4 relative pronouns:
    The man, is sitting on the chair, is a teacher.

    - The dog, is eating, belongs to Mike.

    - This actor, films are very bad, is really rich.




    - Build ONE sentence with these two sentences. Fill in the gaps (you should not enter the beginning again).
    John is speaking to his boss. His boss is a famous writer.
    John is speaking to his boss, .

    - I like the town. You live there. => I like the town .

    - I like the painting. It is in this room. => I like the painting .









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