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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #9098: Relative pronouns
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    Relative pronouns

    The relative pronouns WHICH, WHO, WHOSE, WHERE



    The dog
    which is here is very aggressive.

    The girl
    who is looking at us is called Sarah.



    This singer, whose name I don't remember, has a beautiful voice.

    This is the town where I live.


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    - Fill in with one of these 4 relative pronouns:
    The man, is sitting on the chair, is a teacher.

    - The dog, is eating, belongs to Mike.

    - This actor, films are very bad, is really rich.

    - Build ONE sentence with these two sentences. Fill in the gaps (you should not enter the beginning again).
    John is speaking to his boss. His boss is a famous writer.
    John is speaking to his boss, .

    - I like the town. You live there. => I like the town .

    - I like the painting. It is in this room. => I like the painting .

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