Use a suitable relative pronoun from the following – who, which, whom or whose – to join each pair of sentences. Leave out any words which are not needed in your sentences.

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

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

1. The fugitive was sent to the prison. The police caught the fugitive.

1. The fugitive whom the police caught was sent to the prison.

2. They thought they killed a king cobra. But it turned out to be just a grass snake.

2. They thought they killed a king cobra which turned out to be just a grass snake.

3. I heard a noise. The noise seemed to come from his stomach.

3. I heard a noise which seemed to come from his stomach.

4. Mrs Mop's house was burnt to the ground. She is now staying at a cheap hotel.

4. Mrs Mop whose house was burnt to the ground is now staying at a cheap hotel.

5. The man was a complete stranger to me. He was smiling at me.

5. The man who was smiling at me was a complete stranger to me.

6. You must have given me the old seeds. The seeds did not grow.

6. You must have given me the old seeds which did not grow.

7. Did you see the model plane? John made it.

7. Did you see the model plane which John made?

8. You said you saw my uncle Joe last night. My uncle Joe died two years ago.

8. My uncle Joe whom you said you saw last night died two years ago.

9. Spencer spends money in an extravagant way. He has run up a huge bill on his credit card.

9. Spencer who spends money in an extravagant way has run up a huge bill on his credit card.

10. Duke loves ducks. Every weekend he goes to the park to feed the ducks.

10. Duke who loves ducks goes to the park to feed the ducks every weekend.

11. Do you know the name of the doctor? Everyone here says he is a quack.

11. Do you know the name of the doctor who everyone here says is a quack?

12. I took a wrong bus. It didn't go where I wanted to go.

12. I took a wrong bus which didn't go where I wanted to go.

13. The crime is committed by a minor. His identity will be kept secret.

13. The crime is committed by a minor whose identity will be kept secret.

14. The player's toes were broken. He was taken to hospital.

14. The player whose toes were broken was taken to hospital.

15. El was an elephant trainer. He trained his elephants to dance to some music.

15. El who was an elephant trainer trained his elephants to dance to some music.

16. I saw the men. They set fire to the police station.

16. I saw the men who set fire to the police station.

17. Everyone felt very sick after drinking the strong alcoholic drink. It was produced illegally.

17. Everyone felt very sick after drinking the strong alcoholic drink which was produced illegally.

18. He beat a man unconscious. The man was his twin brother.

18. The man whom he beat unconscious was his twin brother.

19. You cheated a lady yesterday. She is my sister.

19. The lady whom you cheated yesterday is my sister.

20. I have been telling you about this book. It confidently predicts the world will end soon.

20. I have been telling you about this book which confidently predicts the world will end soon.