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Defining Relative Clauses Exercise

 

 

Defining Relative Clauses Exercise

 

 

 

Make one sentence from the two short ones. The sentence in italics should become the relative clause. The relative pronoun is the subject of the relative clause.

 

 

  1. She worked for a man. The man used to be an athlete.

 

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  1. They called a lawyer. The lawyer lived nearby.

 

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  1. I sent an email to my brother. My brother lives in Australia.

 

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  1. The customer liked the waitress. The waitress was very friendly.

 

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  1. We broke the computer. The computer belonged to my father.

 

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  1. I dropped a glass. The glass was new.

 

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  1. She loves books. The books have happy endings.

 

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  1. They live in a city. The city is in the north of England.

 

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  1. The man is in the garden. The man is wearing a blue jumper.

 

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  1. The girl works in a bank. The girl is from India.

 

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  1. My sister has three children. My sister lives in Australia.

 

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  1. The waiter was rude. The waiter was wearing a blue shirt.

 

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  1. The money is in the kitchen. The money belongs to John.

 

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  1. The table got broken. The table was my grandmother’s.

 

 

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  1. The television was stolen. The television was bought 20 years ago.

 

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  1. The fruit is on the table. The fruit isn’t fresh.

 

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Answers:

 

 

  1. She worked for a man who / that used to be an athlete.

 

  1. They called a lawyer who / that lived nearby.

 

  1. I sent an email to my brother who / that lives in Australia.

 

  1. The customer liked the waitress who / that was very friendly.

 

  1. We broke the computer which / that belonged to my father.

 

  1. I dropped a glass which / that was new.

 

  1. She loves books which / that have happy endings.

 

  1. They live in a city which / that is in the north of England.

 

  1. The man who / that is wearing a blue jumper is in the garden.

 

  1. The girl who / that is from India works in a bank.

 

  1. My sister who / that lives in Australia has three children.

 

  1. The waiter who / that was wearing a blue shirt was rude.

 

  1. The money which / that belongs to John is in the kitchen.

 

  1. The table which / that was my grandmother’s got broken.

 

  1. The television which / that was bought 20 years ago was stolen.

 

  1. The fruit which / that isn’t fresh is on the table.

 

 

Answers:

 

 

  1. She worked for a man who / that used to be an athlete.

 

  1. They called a lawyer who / that lived nearby.

 

  1. I sent an email to my brother who / that lives in Australia.

 

  1. The customer liked the waitress who / that was very friendly.

 

  1. We broke the computer which / that belonged to my father.

 

  1. I dropped a glass which / that was new.

 

  1. She loves books which / that have happy endings.

 

  1. They live in a city which / that is in the north of England.

 

  1. The man who / that is wearing a blue jumper is in the garden.

 

  1. The girl who / that is from India works in a bank.

 

  1. My sister who / that lives in Australia has three children.

 

  1. The waiter who / that was wearing a blue shirt was rude.

 

  1. The money which / that belongs to John is in the kitchen.

 

  1. The table which / that was my grandmother’s got broken.

 

  1. The television which / that was bought 20 years ago was stolen.

 

  1. The fruit which / that isn’t fresh is on the table.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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