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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #85915: Relative pronouns
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    Relative pronouns

    Read the sentences and choose the correct relative pronoun from the options.

    Remember the relative pronouns and their use:
    who or that for people
    that or which for things
    whose for possessives
    where for places
    when for dates or time

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    1. Thomas Bradley, plays the trumpet in a jazz band, died this morning.

    2. This is the Italian restaurant I met my first wife.

    3. James Martin, movies became an icon for generations, was not a nice man.

    4. My sister, lives near me, came to visit last night.

    5. The book, I bought two days ago, is really good. I can't stop reading it!

    6. Nick wants to buy a camera, he needs for his work.

    7. The man, lives around the corner, was released from prison two days ago.

    8. This is the time we go to lunch. Don't call me now because I won't answer.

    9. Mr. Smith, cat got run over last week, is the sweetest man on the block.

    10. "Mario's" is the Italian restaurant they make the most spectacular spaghetti and meat balls you have ever tasted.

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