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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #1951: Defining words: who/which/whose
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    Defining words: who/which/whose

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    1. The woman is reading a book is a friend of mine.

    2. John, father is a doctor, wants to be a doctor too.

    3. the book is on the table is not for sale.

    4. My sister, husband is inside the car, can't drive.

    5. He's the boy delivers the newspaper on Sundays.

    6. My friend Paul, lives in London, always takes the bus to go to work.

    7. The Indian restaurant is in Green street is very expensive.

    8. Yes, this restaurant is expensive, but the Chef, is a native Indian, is a marvellous cook.

    9. Who is this man wife is looking so sad ?

    10. Do you see the dog, is over there?

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