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1. Join the following sentences using relatives.

a) She's a nice old lady. Her parents were born in New York.

b) Did you pick up the keys? They were on the table.

c) A man brought in a small girl. Her hand had been cut by flying glass.

d) Cathy Freeman was an aborigine athlete. She lit the Olympic flame in Sydney.

e) Mayka is a Spanish woman. Her husband is Egyptian.

2. Choose the most appropriate relative pronoun. Use that only if necessary.

a) John, is my younger brother, went to do the shopping.

b) His work, is very difficult, exhausted him.

c) Tom, mother is French, speaks the language very well.

d) Mr Smith, I was talking to, is a carpenter.

e) Your problem, I have thought about a lot, is a difficult one.

3. Combine the sentences using a relative clause. Use relative pronouns only where necessary. Note that you have to use commas in some of the sentences.

a) We spent our holiday in Scotland last year. Scotland is in the north of Great Britain. Last year we spent our holidays in Scotland, which is in the north of Great Britain.

b) People live in Scotland. They are called Scots. The people

c) We first went to Edinburgh. Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland. We first

d) Arthur Conan Doyle was born in Edinburgh. He wrote the Sherlock Holmes stories. Arthur Conan Doyle

e) Then we visited a lake. It is in the Highlands. The lake
f) Loch Ness is 37 km long. People know it for its friendly monster. Loch Ness
g) There we met an old man. He told us that he had seen Nessie. An old man
h) We then travelled to a mountain. The mountain is near the town of Fort William. We then
i) The mountain is the highest mountain in Great Britain. It is called Ben Nevis. The mountain
j) I sent you a postcard. It was written on the summit of Ben Nevis. The postcard

4. Combine the following pairs or groups of sentences by means of relative pronouns, making any necessary changes.

a) .His girlfriend turned out to be an enemy spy. He trusted her absolutely.

b) We’ll have to walk across the frontier. This will be difficult.

c) We lit a fire. It soon dried out our clothes.

d) I played with a girl. She was very nice.

e) I've got a friend. Her mother is in hospital.

f) A vegetarian is a person. This person doesn't eat meat.

5. Complete the sentences using the information in brackets.
a) (we met some people) The people we met were very nice.
b) (I’m wearing shoes) The shoes are not very comfortable.
c) (you’re reading a book) What’s the name ?
d) (I wrote a letter to her) She didn’t get the I
e) (they gave me an umbrella) I’ve lost
f) (they invited some people to dinner) The people didn’t come.

6. Combine the following pairs or groups of sentences, using relativepronouns.

a) My grandmother is 90 years old. She has never been ill.

b) The Earth is a planet. It moves round the sun.5

c) This is the place. We should build our house here.

d) Mary loves studying. She is my younger sister.

e) I work for a firm. This firm makes cars.

f) I met an old lady. Her dog had disappeared.

7. Join these sentences with who, whose, which or where.
a) Yesterday I met Robbie James. Robbie James is the drummer in a new pop group called 'Street Level'. Yesterday I met Robbie James, who is the drummer in a new pop group called 'Street Level'.
b) The house has been for sale since last February. The house is very expensive.

c) Susan Rose has just won £ 100,000. Susan Rose's brother Paul works in my office.

d) I went to Munich. I had always wanted to visit Munich.

e) A cup is an object. We drink out of it.

f) Mrs Greeman’s dog is mad. It bit a young girl yesterday.

g) They rowed across the Atlantic. This had never been done before.

h) The doctor came by. We didn’t know him.

8. Combine the following pairs or groups of sentences, using relative pronouns.
a) She was dancing with a student. He had a slight limp.

b) Mike speaks French very well. Mike's mother comes from Paris.

c) Last summer we went to Whitby. We stayed at The Queen's Hotel in Whit by.

d) My uncle Peter is coming to see me next week. My uncle Peter lives in Scotland.

e) I am looking after some children. They are terribly spoilt.

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