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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #1190: Relative pronouns/Interrogative pronouns
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    Relative pronouns/Interrogative pronouns

    Relative pronouns/Interrogative pronouns

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    1. The two horrible little girls are with me are real pests !

    2. Dad is singing very loud that's nobody can hear the TV.

    3. Mother cleans the whole house she has the time.

    4. They all live near Exeter. I don't know it is from here: 50 km perhaps...

    5. The concert will be over at midnight. We have asked it lasted.

    6. Nobody could say guests would come but 120 meals had been ordered.

    7. Nobody could say money would be necessary for the rebuilding of the village.

    8. No guide? you mean no one can tell us we are! We are lost, then!

    9. Dad gave me a present he had bought in Switzerland

    10. Uncle Sam began to say silly things - as usual - everybody hates.

    11. surprises everybody is the way she speaks: it's so unusual for a girl of her age !

    12. They used to play tennis together regularly but don't ask me ! Twice a week perhaps.

    13. Please, show us the photo of the boy name is now so famous in the town.

    14. Everyone has the right to know tickets you have sold ! The number of tickets sold is indispensable.

    15. I agree! everyone has the right to know money the association will spend.

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