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Use who or which to join each pair of sentences. Leave out any unnecessary words.

Click the sentences for the answers.

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

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

1. The train never arrived. It was due to arrive at one o'clock.

1. The train which was due to arrive at one o'clock never arrived.

2. Polly had been a policewoman for ten years. She was sentenced to four years in prison for her involvement in a robbery.

2. Polly who had been a policewoman for ten years was sentenced to four years in prison for her involvement in a robbery.

3. The girl was from Hong Kong. She won the competition for having the longest hair.

3. The girl who won the competition for having the longest hair was from Hong Kong.

4. They drove slowly by the vacant house. One of them had described it as haunted.

4. They drove slowly by the vacant house which one of them had described as haunted.

5. The window lets the rain in during a storm. It faces south.

5. The window which faces south lets the rain in during a storm.

6. The pipes were very old ones. They had burst and flooded the house.

6. The pipes which had burst and flooded the house were very old ones.

7. George rears pigs on his farm. He says he can know what the pigs think.

7. George who rears pigs on his farm says he can know what the pigs think.

8. Two female passengers fought in the plane. They were both injured in the fight.

8. Two female passengers who fought in the plane were both injured in the fight.

9. The boy must be very brave. He rescued a litter of puppies from the blaze. The puppies belonged to no one.

9. The boy who rescued a litter of puppies, which belonged to no one, from the blaze must be very brave. / The boy who rescued from the blaze a litter of puppies, which belonged to no one, must be very brave.

10. The farmer owns a herd of cows. The cows moo all day long. He claims his cows are disappearing one by one.

10. The farmer who owns a herd of cows which moo all day long claims his cows are disappearing one by one.

Use one of the following to fill in each blank: for whom, from whom, of whom, to whom, whom, with whom. Each one may be used more than once.

1. The boy _____ we voted was elected monitor of the class.

1. The boy for whom we voted was elected monitor of the class.

2. The girl _____ you used to work was Peter's sister.

2. The girl with whom you used to work was Peter's sister.

3. The department _____ you wrote will as usual reply in about a month's time.

3. The department to whom you wrote will as usual reply in about a month's time.

4. I can't lend you my bicycle now. The boy _____ I lent it has not returned it.

4. I can't lend you my bicycle now. The boy to whom I lent it has not returned it..

5. The guests_____ we invited have arrived early.

5. The guests whom we invited have arrived early.

6. The man _____ we saw prowling during the night was probably a burglar.

6. The man whom we saw prowling during the night was probably a burglar.

7. The player _____ he plays in the mixed doubles is extremely good, so they may win the mixed doubles championship.

7. The player with whom he plays in the mixed doubles is extremely good, so they may win the mixed doubles championship.

8. I can't lend you these comics as the boy _____ I borrowed them wants them back tomorrow.

8. I can't lend you these comics as the boy from whom I borrowed them wants them back tomorrow.

9. As she was talking very rudely on the phone, we began to wonder _____ she was talking.

9. As she was talking very rudely on the phone, we began to wonder to whom she was talking.

10. It is reported that there were 150 passengers, _____ 120 have been rescued.

10. It is reported that there were 150 passengers, of whom 120 have been rescued.