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Relative pronouns 2

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Relative pronouns 2
Insert the correct relative pronoun (who, which, whose or that)
  1. Students  are lazy ought to be shot.
  2. My oldest brother,  lives in New York, is 25. My brother  lives in Charleston is only 20.
  3. I gave some money to the organisation  helps people  homes are cardboard boxes in the street.
  4. The man  car was blocking the street had gone to make a phone call. The largest car,  owner was still sitting in it, was not really blocking anything.
  5. Why do you want to buy dresses  are so short that you'll catch pneumonia in five minutes?
  6. My new dress,  was really expensive, was ruined when I wore it in the rain.
  7. My students,  are all very intelligent, will definitely pass all their exams.
  8. Ronald Reagan,  used to be an actor, managed to get far in politics.