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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #35370: Relative pronouns
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    Relative pronouns

    Choose the right relative pronoun.

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    1. Mr and Mrs Bailey are the old couple live in an old cottage.

    2. It's the cottage they are going to demolish.

    3. They had a painting is worth a fortune.

    4. He gives hope to children are mentally handicapped.

    5. It produces an enormous amount of sound energy can affect the human body.

    6. Some dolphins are released back to the wild they don't know how to survive.

    7. According to parents kids have spent a few hours with dolphins, the therapy has brought great results.

    8. Dr Smith uses children love to increase their attention.

    9. Relaxation helps stimulate the immune system, explains why dolphins therapy works.

    10. Few of dolphins are released in the wild have a happy ending.

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