Relative pronouns exercise

July 30, 2011pdf

Join each of the following pairs of sentences by means of a relative pronoun.

1. I met a man. He had just returned from France.

2. You need something. I will give you that.

3. You read some books. Such books are not worth reading.

4. He wears the shoe. Only he knows where it pinches.

5. The audience applauded Mary. Mary’s performance was spectacular.

6. John is always mischievous. He was punished.

7. Kochi has a natural harbor. It can handle large ships.

8. This is my son. I am very proud of him.

9. He is a writer. His works are well-known.

10. This is the man. His house was burgled.

Answers

1. I met a man who had just returned from France.

2. I will give you what you need.

3. The books which you read are not worth reading.

4. Only he who wears the shoes knows where it pinches.

5. The audience applauded Mary whose performance was spectacular.

6. John, who is always mischievous, was punished.

7. Kochi, which has a natural harbor, can handle large ships.

8. This is my son of whom I am very proud.

9. He is a writer whose works are well-known.

10. This is the man whose house was burgled.

 

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