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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #116408: Relative pronouns: who,whom,where,whose
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    1. The man we met at the races is my long time friend.

    2. The people moved in the house next to us are from China.

    3. The restaurant we used to have breakfast has closed down.

    4. The street I grew up has been turned into a highway.

    5. The woman bag was snatched was very upset.

    6. The couple we met at the shopping centre yesterday are my new neighbours.

    7. The author wrote this novel is now ninety years old.

    8. The staff of the hotel we stayed were very pleasant.

    9. The boy poem was read on the radio is my brother.

    10. The lady car was stolen reported the theft to the police.

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