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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. He looked into his crystal ball. The crystal ball told him the weaker team will lose.

1. He looked into his crystal ball which told him the weaker team will lose.

2. We saw the girls fighting. They were not our sisters.

2. The girls whom we saw fighting were not our sisters.

3. We saw a movie last night. It was very scary, but it's worth seeing again.

3. The movie which we saw last night was very scary, but it's worth seeing again.

4. John fought bravely against a big-sized robber. His nose and a tooth were broken in the fight.

4. John whose nose and a tooth were broken in the fight fought bravely against a big-sized robber.

5. Jack won the lottery jackpot. He said he would pray to win it again.

5. Jack who won the lottery jackpot said he would pray to win it again.

6. The car was driven by a drunken man. It plunged headlong into a river.

6. The car which plunged headlong into a river was driven by a drunken man.

7. The cyclist landed in hospital. His bicycle was hit by a motorized wheelchair.

7. The cyclist, whose bicycle was hit by a motorized wheelchair, landed in hospital.

8. I posted a letter to a friend. I realized later the address was wrongly written.

8. I posted a letter to a friend whose address I realized later was wrongly written.

9. He broke my best racquet. He used the racquet without my permission.

9. He broke my best racquet which he used without my permission.

10. He took a photo of his only daughter. He absolutely adored his daughter.

10. He took a photo of his only daughter, whom he absolutely adored.

11. She mended the shirt. George had torn it in a fight.

11. She mended the shirt which George had torn in a fight.

12. He told them about the flat Earth. Nobody believed his flat Earth.

12. He told them about the flat Earth which nobody believed.

13. Godiva does not believe in ghosts. But she says she's afraid of seeing one.

13. Godiva who does not believe in ghosts says she's afraid of seeing one.

14. She had to compensate the postman. His leg was badly bitten by her dog.

14. She had to compensate the postman whose leg was badly bitten by her dog.

15. She had dropped her vase. She tried to piece together pieces of her vase.

15. She tried to piece together pieces of the vase which she had dropped.

16. They sat beneath a shady tree. They used its root as a bench.

16. They sat beneath a shady tree whose root they used as a bench.

17. The policeman issued him a summon for illegal parking. He swore at the policeman.

17. He swore at the policeman who issued him a summon for illegal parking.

18. Everyone remembers that bearded man. He claims he is God's messenger.

18. Everyone remembers that bearded man who claims he is God's messenger.

19. He is still hunting for his twin brother. He has not seen him since birth.

19. He is still hunting for his twin brother whom he has not seen since birth.

20. All his female friends are boycotting Joe. They complain his jokes are extremely vulgar.

20. All his female friends are boycotting Joe whose jokes they complain are extremely vulgar.