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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #57470: Relative pronouns
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    Relative pronouns

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    1. I am going to introduce you to Tom's family, is very big....

    2. His sister, Laura, best friend is Mike, is generous.

    3. His brother, Bryan, I spoke to yesterday, is very nice because he lent me his skateboard.

    4. The baby, Nick, is always crying, is very funny because he has no hair at all.

    5. His father, Jack, reads the newspaper every day, is drinking coffee.

    6. His mother, name I can't remember,loves making chocolate cakes.

    7. The dog, Max, is playing with a ball, is in the kitchen, so Jack is angry.

    8. The cat, Mat, is next to Laura, is very cute because it looks like Garfield.

    9. His grandfather, Paul, I have known for nine years, is one of my friends.

    10. His grandmother Nelly, my sister gave a present to, is old.

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