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RELATIVE CLAUSES

EXERCISE 1: DEFINING RELATIVE CLAUSES 

SELECT THE CORRECT ANSWER
 
1.Give me the wallet  you bought on Saturday

2. Was Katherine the girl  you were talking to last night?

3. Is your pretty neighbor to  this beautiful house belonged?

4. I’ll never forget the day   we got married

5. I’m in love with the guy  helped me with my math homework

6. I loved the shoes  I saw in the mall yesterday

7. He is Karl  is helping me with my Art work

8. He is River  is the boyfriend of Mary

9. Jose and Paula are the ones  are getting married

10. That’s the chair  I fell from

11. The hotel  we stayed was big

12. I’ve got a big house  I lived in NYC

13. That was just the moment we left

14. I saw the woman  cat had died

1.   15.The person  I wanted to visit was Irish

EXERCISE 2: NON-DEFINING RELATIVE CLAUSES 

Join these sentences using relative clauses (who, whom, whose, which, where, when)

1. 1. My friend Clara is an excellent singer. She is helping me to write a poem.

2. 2. Lina is living in Japan. She is an excellent teacher

 

3. 3. The report is done. I work in the whole week.


4. 4. I’ve got a friend. Her sister is an actress.


5. 5. This is the girl. I saw her last night.


6. 6. Bonnie works as a writer. Her husband is an engineer.


7. 7. I saw my best friend today. Her sister lives in Boston.


8. 8. This is the town. I was born here.


9. 9. Last Sunday I broke my wrist. I was going to cinema.


10. Mario’s restaurant is being reformed. We got engaged there.


EXERCISE 3: Are these relative clauses defining or non-defining? 

1. 1. Hotel is a place where people stay when they’re on holiday. 

2. 2. Dominik, who got divorced last year, is living in Venice now. 

3. 3. The jack’s pub, where I met my girlfriend is awesome. 

4. 4. What’s the name of the women who lives in that house? 

5. 5. What do you call someone who writes computer programs? 

6. 6. Miami, whose beaches re beautiful, are dry. 

7. 7.  A waiter is a person whose job is to serve customers in a restaurant. 

8. 8. The school, which has about 1000 students, was built in 1996. 

9. 9. He’s the man whose son plays football for Colombia? 

1J10. John didn’t get the job which he applied for?