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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #33681: Relative pronouns: Who/whose/whom/which/of which
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    Relative pronouns: Who/whose/whom/which/of which

    Complete with: who / whose / whom / which / of which.

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    1. Peter is sick. / I met Peter yesterday.
    Peter, I met yesterday, is sick.

    2. These pupils are disruptive. / These pupils come into the classroom.
    These pupils, come into the classroom, are disruptive.

    3. My car is broken. / I crashed my car in a roundabout.
    My car, I crashed in a roundabout, is broken.

    4. That is my bus. / I usually take that bus.
    That is the bus I usually take.

    5. Here is a game. / I don't understand the rules of the game.
    Here is a game the rules I don't understand.

    6. John is a little fat. / The appetite of John is spectacular.
    John, appetite is spectacular, is fat.

    7. My book has been stained. / I put my book into the trash bag.
    My book, I put into the trash bag,has been stained.

    8. My father is coming back home. / My father is in a bad mood.
    My father, is coming back home, is in a bad mood.

    9. Maggy is crying. / I comfort Maggy.
    I comfort Maggy is crying.

    10. This child seems to be sad. / The school record book of this child is awful.
    This child, school record book is awful, seems to be sad.

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