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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4457: What...
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Relative sentences [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Placement test : grammar for beginners - Relative pronouns: Who/whose/whom/which/of which - Relative pronoun - Relative pronoun That - Who's... / Whose... - Relative pronouns - What, which and all that - Relative Pronouns-That or Who
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    Rewrite these sentences. Please use the words between brackets and WHAT.

    Example : Where is he now ? I'd like to know.( What ...) * . => What I'd like to know is where he is now.Example : What does he do ? I don't know. ( I ...) * . => I'd like to know what he does now.

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    1. He needed something. I gave it to him. -> I .

    2. She said something. It made us very proud. -> What .

    3. You broke something. You'll pay for it. -> You .

    4. Mr Jones wants to know. Who does she live with now? What

    5. She meant something. You misunderstood it. -> You .

    6. He looked uncomfortable. It made her feel sorry. -> What

    7. You need something. A good dictionary! -> What !

    8. There was a thick fog. It made us arrive very late. -> What

    9. Your friend should read something. A good detective story! -> What !

    10. Poor Harry must know. 'What has happened to her?' -> Poor Harry .

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