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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125220: Relative pronouns
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    1. My brother, is older than me, is still bachelor.

    2. It's the last film I have seen before the lockdown.

    3. The bird, is making its nest in the hedge, is a blackbird.

    4. Show me the photos you try to hide behind you.

    5. We don't know the doctor has operated our mother.

    6. My sister husband is unemployed, is worried about future.

    7. Why do you make such a fuss about something is not important?

    8. The students names are on the list, could participate in a language exchange either in England or in Germany.

    9. The book, has been translated into French, describes the risk factors of pesticide.

    10. I know this actor plays in this movie.

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