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- Exercise on Relative Clauses (Contact clauses)
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Exercise on Relative Clauses (Contact clauses)
Is that your car? Do you remember? I din't know. She'll help you. It was too dangerous. The heating is not working. The girl is my sister. I'm talking to the girl. This is the chair. The carpenter repaired it last week. He is richer than her. She is married to a man. She is the friend. She helped me with my homework. That is the swimming-pool. I used to go swimming there. That is the man. His wife is a famous actress. This is the man. A doctor examined me last Friday.
He was really kind. The woman called the police. Her car had been stolen. I went to a restaurant last week. It was very expensive. I saw a film last night. It was very interesting. Downloadable worksheets:. Relative pronouns Level: intermediate Age: Downloads: She is married to a man She is the friend. She is the friend That is the swimming-pool.
That is the swimming-pool That is the man. This is the man A doctor examined me last Friday. London, which is the capital of England, is one of the largest cities in the world.
My school is very big. It is in Madrid. Robert Pattinson is an actor. He plays Edward Cullen in the Twilight saga. I bought this cake yesterday. It tastes delicious. Michael is a policeman. His father is a judge. I bought a computer last month. It doesn't work properly. Prince Charles will be the king of England one day. His mother is Queen Elizabeth. I was given a dog. It is very friendly. I enjoyed it a lot.
Mrs Kelly is the woman.
Upper Intermediate - worksheets 2
Defining Relative Clauses Exercise 3 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. They found the money. I dropped the money. I broke the plate.
Exercises, PDF worksheets and grammar rules on defining and non-defining relative clauses (who, whom, whose, which, that).
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Skip to main content. Jack, who's retired now, spends a lot of time with his grandchildren. We want to see the new Tom Carter film, which was released on Friday. My sister, whose dog I'm looking after, is visiting a friend in Australia. Grammar B1—B2: Relative clauses — non-defining relative clauses: 1.
Study the situations and then decide whether the following relative clauses are defining or non-defining. Relative clauses - defining or non-defining? My brother who lives in Sidney came to see me last month.