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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #22914: Relative pronoun
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    1. Anna, lives in Sydney, is writing to friends in England.

    2. Rugby, is Geoff's favourite sport, is very popular in Australia.

    3. Meg, boyfriend is called Alan, lives in Melbourne.

    4. The person is writing this letter lives in Sydney.

    5. The team lost is from Adelaide.

    6. The couple son plays rugby is visiting England soon.

    7. The job Meg has found is in Melbourne.

    8. The friends Anna is writing to live in England.

    9. Meg now lives in Melbourne she works.

    10. Anna remembers the time Michael and Geoff played rugby together.

    11. Meg did very well at University, pleased her parents very much.

    12. interests Geoff most is playing rugby.

    13. The children are playing in the garden are my nephews.

    14. Mike's children, are 12 and 13, are both sick.

    15. The books I bought are very interesting.

    16. My English book, I forgot at home, is boring.

    17. My best friend, you met yesterday, lives in Normandy.

    18. The pupils are between 14 and 16 have gone to England.

    19. The woman car has been stolen is my best friend.

    20. The car he bought is fantastic.

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