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Joining two sentences using a relative pronoun: worksheet

Join the pairs of sentences given below using a relative pronoun. Click here for a printer-friendly version of this relative pronouns worksheet

1. I saw a girl. She was carrying a basket on her head.

2. I have a sister. I like her very much.

3. The boy teased the girl. He was punished by the teacher.

4. We met a traveler. He had a lot of luggage.

5. Air is essential for the existence of life. It is present everywhere.

6. This is the house. I purchased it from Peter.

7. He said something. It surprised me.

8. The boy has come. We were talking about him.

9. Give me the pen. You bought it yesterday.

10. He is a good writer. His books are best sellers.

Answers

1. I saw a girl who / that was carrying a basket on her head.

2. I have a sister whom I like very much.

3. The boy who / that teased the girl was punished by the teacher.

4. We met a traveler who / that had a lot of luggage.

5. Air, which is present everywhere, is essential for the existence of life.

6. This is the house that / which I purchased from Peter.

7. He said something which / that surprised me.

8. The boy whom we were talking about has come.

9. Give me the pen that / which you bought yesterday.

10. He is a good writer whose books are best sellers.

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