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Defining Relative Clauses Exercise 4

 

 

Make one sentence by changing the sentence in italics into a defining relative clause.

 

The relative pronoun can be the subject or the object of the relative clause.

 

 

  1. The man was late. Julie invited the man.

 

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  1. The doctor was sick. I wanted to see the doctor.

 

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  1. The accountant was arrested. The accountant works for my father’s company.

 

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  1. I wrote to the friend. You met the friend last week.

 

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  1. The mobile phone can’t be fixed. The mobile phone is broken.

 

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  1. John made a copy of the photo. I took the photo.

 

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  1. I met a girl. The girl was a doctor.

 

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  1. We called a doctor. The doctor works at a hospital in London.

 

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  1. We like the actor. The actor was in a famous film.

 

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  1. I went to the restaurant. I read about the restaurant in the newspaper.

 

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  1. She bought a car. Her sister liked the car.

 

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  1. I often buy cheese. The cheese is imported from Paris.

 

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  1. The hairdresser was very good. The hairdresser has red hair.

 

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  1. The child is playing in the garden. We see the child often.

 

 

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  1. The nurse is in the office. The nurse treated my grandmother.

 

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  1. The car is in the garage. The car broke down.

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Answers:

 

 

  1. The man (who / that) Julie invited was late.

 

  1. The doctor (who / that) I wanted to see was sick.

 

  1. The accountant who / that works for my father’s company was arrested.

 

  1. I wrote to the friend (who / that) you met last week.

 

  1. The mobile phone which / that is broken can’t be fixed.

 

  1. John made a copy of the photo (which / that) I took.

 

  1. I met a girl who / that was a doctor.

 

  1. We called a doctor who / that works at a hospital in London.

 

  1. We like the actor who / that was in a famous film.

 

  1. I went to the restaurant (which / that) I read about in the newspaper.

 

  1. She bought a car (which / that) her sister liked.

 

  1. I often buy cheese which / that is imported from Paris.

 

  1. The hairdresser who / that has red hair was very good.

 

  1. The child (who / that) we see often is playing in the garden.

 

  1. The nurse who / that treated my grandmother is in the office.

 

  1. The car which / that broke down is in the garage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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