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    Relative pronoun

    Complete the sentences with the right relative pronoun,sometimes you can choose one and no pronoun .

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    1. Is that the lady husband is Chinese?

    2. The book, I read last week, was very interesting.

    3. It's the best play Ameena has ever seen on television.

    4. The girl came last week didn't say a word.

    5. Ryan, with I play tennis every week, is a very nice man.

    6. The man I mentioned was arrested by the police.

    7. The holidays I spent in Germany last year are the best holidays I ever had.

    8. I don't like the house stands in front of the station.

    9. Do you know the girl is crossing the street?

    10. Dungtran, plays in our football team, is also very good at basketball.

    11. We live in a house the garden is full of flowers.

    12. Can you pass me the newspaper is on the table, please?

    13. Do you know that man brother is a famous artist?

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