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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120771: Which - Whom
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Frequent mistakes | Relative sentences [Change theme]
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    1. My three dogs, is a poodle, play together all day long.

    2. The friend left to live in the countryside.

    3. The only bakery in town, married two years ago, sells very good cakes.

    4. The three largest cities in France, is Marseille, have more than five hundred thousand inhabitants.

    5. The great subtropical deserts, are in Africa, have relatively mild winters.

    6. These four cats, are mine, are all born in March.

    7. The flats of this building, is rented, will be sold this year.

    8. The fire, the reporter ,ravaged the entire city.

    9. This group of young people, are adults, will have their driving license next year.

    10. This car so much, is the most efficient.









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