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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123917: Relative pronouns
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    1. Marco Polo father was a rich man, was a young traveller.

    2. This is the purse I am looking for.

    3. Could you tell me the name of the boy is sitting opposite us?

    4. My mother, worked as a nurse, is retired now.

    5. I don't know the phone number is used in case of emergencies.

    6. We booked a really comfortable hotel room, was a very good idea.

    7. This is the house I was born.

    8. This is the time of year the flowers appear.

    9. He could give no reason his sister had left.

    10. I don't like about him is his rudeness.

    11. She is certain she saw her cousin last night.

    12. sorts of vegetables do you grow?

    13. do you prefer, the yellow one or the pink one?

    14. This kid always gets he wants.

    15. He reminds me of someone with I used to play tennis.

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