Use who to join each pair of sentences.

Click each one to get its answer.

1. That's the teacher. He used to live next door.

1. That's the teacher who used to live next door.

2. I'm going to call Mr Green. He works in the computer business.

2. I'm going to call Mr Green who works in the computer business.

3. I met John. John is a former office colleague as well as a close friend.

3. I met John who is a former office colleague as well as a close friend.

4. The people live across the road. They are really friendly.

4. The people who live across the road are really friendly.

5. He is one of those neighborhood kids. They love to bike to and gather at the park.

5. He is one of those neighborhood kids who love to bike to and gather at the park.

6. What about the others? They too need help.

6. What about the others who too need help?

7. Is he the one? He made all the decisions around here?

7. Is he the one who made all the decisions around here?

8. Tommy witnessed the accident. He told the police all about it.

8. Tommy who witnessed the accident told the police all about it.

9. Two men robbed you. Do you recognize them?

9. Do you recognize the two men who robbed you?

10. My sister is now hiding somewhere. She broke my antique vase.

10. My sister who broke my antique vase is now hiding somewhere.

11. The drunken man was arrested by the police. The drunken man punched me repeatedly.

11. The drunken man who punched me repeatedly was arrested by the police.

12. The man apologized to me. He stepped on my toes.

12. The man who stepped on my toes apologized to me.

13. She did most of the talking. She was the hostess.

13. She was the hostess who did most of the talking.

14. The fishermen were hailed as heroes. They caught a shark.

14. The fishermen who caught a shark were hailed as heroes.

15. The hunter was short-sighted. He saw a cheetah and thought it was a leopard.

15. The hunter who saw a cheetah and thought it was a leopard was short-sighted. / The hunter who was short-sighted saw a cheetah and thought it was a leopard.

16. Mr Tate was an unusual man. He had tattoos of snakes all over his face.

16.Mr Tate was an unusual man who had tattoos of snakes all over his face. / Mr Tate who had tattoos of snakes all over his face was an unusual man.

17. That was my uncle. He spent the day on the beach eating sandwiches and building sandcastles.

17. That was my uncle who spent the day on the beach eating sandwiches and building sandcastles.

18. The engineer said he saw a one-eyed monster. He worked in the jungle.

18. The engineer who worked in the jungle said he saw a one-eyed monster.

19. Princess Eve wants to marry a clown. She likes funny men.

19. Princess Eve who likes funny men wants to marry a clown.

20. I told you about Nick. He is coming along. This is Nick.

20.This is Nick who I told you about is coming along. (Whom may also be used: This is Nick whom I told you about is coming along.)