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Relative pronouns




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Relative pronouns
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Relative pronouns 
Insert the correct relative pronoun (who, which or whose)
  1.  The movie  I saw the other day was very scary.
  2. I can't say that kind of thing to a man  has been a missionary for 20 years!
  3. I've never met anybody  children are as rude as yours!
  4. I've always loved the thought of buying my childhood home,  has a lovely old apple orchard,  could give me something to do when I retire.
  5. Why don't you call the police? They want to talk to everybody  was at the party last night.
  6. The deceased was murdered in his bedroom,  is on the first floor.
  7. The burglar must have come in by the bay window,  showed signs of forced entry.
  8. We made a lovely trip to the Pyrenees,  population has always been poor.
  9. You should know that anyone  house is broken into more than five times will have problems with their insurance company!
  10. Has somebody taken the money  I had hidden in the cookie jar?
  11. What on earth gave you that idea? The man  picked me up this morning is just my boss!
  12. I had to apologise to all the people  had felt offended by your behaviour.