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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #104449: Relative pronouns
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    Relative pronouns

    Choose the right pronoun, or none.

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    1) THAT ou omission de that ?' :

    - The only chair was free was at the end of the row.
    - Do you like the shirt I gave you yesterday?
    - Is there anything I can say to help you?
    - They've just bought a fantastic device reads on its own when you put it on a printed line ..
    - Gandhi is often considered as the greatest model of non-violence ever lived.
    - On arriving, we found ourselves in the biggest hall we had ever been in!

    2) Emploi de whose :

    -The teacher next door, I can't remember, makes a lot of noise.
    -The tree is covered with moss, must be cared for.
    - My dog, Fast, is white and grey, is the baby of the family!
    - Mozart, I've just been listening to, is considered one of the best composers.
    - The man, is parked in front of my garage, refuses to move it!

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