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REPHRASING RELATIVES II

a) Combine the following sentences using the relative pronouns who, whom, which or
that, whose, where, when. Make any necessary changes. (Defining)

1. Jessica has got a coin collection. It contains many rare coins.


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2. This is a great restaurant. I don t know a better one.
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3. Mary spent the money. It belonged to her sister.
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4. The pen is on the desk. It is blue.
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5. This is the new president. We all voted for him.
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6. I met a Finnish tourist. He lives in Helsinki.
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7. I know the man. He is going to marry my friend.
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8. John bought a new DVD player. It was made in Korea.
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9. The palace stands outside the town. It was built 200 years ago.
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10. They visited the village. It is on a hill.
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11. This is a very expensive ring. They don t have a more expensive ring in the shop.
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12. The man left the town. We wrote an angry letter to this man.
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13. I met a friend last week. Her daughter is an astrologist.
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14. Here is a postcard of the village. We spent three days there.
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15. Jeannette is going to marry a man. His brother is in my class.
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16. Tim will never forget the day. He joined the army that day.
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b) Combine the following sentences using the relative pronouns. Make any necessary
changes. ( Non defining)
1. Freddie Mercury died in 1992. He was a famous singer.
Freddy Mercury,
2. This is Tony. Youll be driving with him next week.
This is Tony, ...
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3. John is my friend. His car was stolen from the car park.
John, .
4. Shakespeare is one of the best-known writers in the world. He is buried in
Stratford-upon- Avon.
Shakespeare,
5. Mr. Gresham is my neighbour. His house was damaged in the fire.
Mr. Gresham, ..
6. Cathy Freeman was world athletics champion. She lit the flame at the 2000
Olympic Games.
Cathy Freeman,