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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #104488: Relative pronouns
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    1) I have many Anglo Saxon friends (most of them) are from New England.
    2) We have two spare rooms upstairs (they haven't) been used for years.
    3) They have four children (and they all) go to private schools.
    4) My friend has five kids (three of them) are boys.
    5) There are ten glasses in this box (three of them) are broken and (one glass) is cracked.
    6) During the expedition, I've seen only three wolves (and one of them) was white !
    7) There are thirty students here (and no pupil) is good at German.
    8) He has a very large collection of stamps (and a few of them) are very valuable.
    9) Thousands of demonstrators marched to the Parliament (hundreds of them) were on strike.
    10) In this book, there are three hundred pages (and fifty of them) are bound upside down!

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