A.- COMPLETE THESE SENTENCES WITH A SUITABLE RELATIVE PRONOUN OR ADVERB
That is the man helped me when I fell down in the street.
Is that your car? No, mine is the one is parked just opposite the bank.
That is the woman complained about the room service.
This is the park we first met. Do you remember?
So, James is the man son came on the school trip with us? I din't know.
If you have any question, ask the girl is standing at the desk. She'll help you.
They had to put away the dog bit the boy. It was too dangerous.
I'm looking for a person surname begins with a "k".
Do you still go to that pub we used to go as students?
The heating is not working. Do you know anyone can fix it?
B.- JOIN THESE SENTENCES USING RELATIVE PRONOUNS BEGINNING WITH THE WORDS GIVEN. OMIT THE PRONOUN IF POSSIBLE.
The girl is my sister. I'm talking to the girl.
The girl is my sister.
This is the chair. The carpenter repaired it last week. This is the chair
C.- ARE THESE RELATIVE CLAUSES DEFINING OR NON-DEFINING?
D.- CHOOSE THE RIGHT RELATIVE PRONOUN TO COMPLETE THESE SENTENCES.
E.- JOIN THESE SENTENCES USING RELATIVE PRONOUNS BEGINNING WITH THE WORDS GIVEN. OMIT THE PRONOUN IF POSSIBLE. ADD COMMAS IF NECESSARY.