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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #99633: Relative pronouns
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Pronouns | Relative sentences [Change theme]
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    Relative pronouns

    Insert the right relative pronoun.

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    1. Did you see the man was walking down the street? It was Mary's brother.

    2. You've met the girl plays the cello, haven't you?

    3. The neighbour's cat, sometimes lies on the balcony, is very beautiful.

    4. The workmen finished touching up my parent's room was quite dirty and messy.

    5. Mum invited the Roswells to the party was just beginning to liven.

    6. Maggie was talking to the girl wrote that great article on European travel.

    7. The washing machine, was making weird noises, was driving Mike mad.

    8. The book, you borrowed from me last week, has never been returned.

    9. David and I are going to a musical, has just opened on Broadway, next Saturday.

    10. I've complained to the police about the neighbours keep us up all night with their loud parties.

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