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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #77918: Relative pronouns
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    Relative pronouns

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    1. Mr Smith, was asleep, did not see the burglar.

    2. The burglar went to the only table was in the bedroom.

    3. The first thing the burglar saw was a table.

    4. The man was in bed was Mr Smith.

    5. Give me the notes are in the drawer.

    6. Here is the money the burglar stole.

    7. Mr Smith, bed was near the window, saw a man in his bedroom.

    8. A burglar is a man steals things.

    9. The burglar, wanted money, opened the drawer.

    10. Mr Smith, money was in the dining room, said nothing.

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