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    Les pronoms relatifs

    Read carefully the following sentences and complete them with the correct relative pronoun chosen from the list.

    The man who drives that car is my neighbour.

    The car which is red is mine.

    The guy whom I have given my keys to is my son. (I have given my keys to the guy)

    The man whose wife is next to you is a policeman. (It is the man's wife)

    The town where I live is very green.

    The house which is over there is mine. (the house is mine)

    He was born on the day when Princess Diana died.

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    1. The truck ran into a tree is now a wreck.

    2. The man was driving the truck is dead.

    3. This is the place the accident happened.

    4. A designated driver is someone promises not to drink during a party.

    5. That woman husband was driving drunk is now alone with her children.

    6. Today is the anniversary day my friend died in an alcohol related crash.

    7. Massachusetts is the state Robert Anastas founded the SADD.

    8. The SADD is an organization avoids drunk driving.

    9. The student the barman served so many whiskies died on his way back home.

    10. This is the wreck of the car in three teenagers died last Saturday after having too much drunk at a disco.

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