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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. She lost her dodo pendant. She got it as a birthday present.

1. She lost her dodo pendant which she got as a birthday present.

2. He bought another pearl necklace for his daughter. He simply adores her.

2. He bought another pearl necklace for his daughter, whom he simply adores.

3. He built his new house single-handedly. But it collapsed a month later.

3. His new house which he built single-handedly collapsed a month later.

4. That picture shows Mona Lisa crying. Who painted it?

4. Who painted that picture which shows Mona Lisa crying?

5. The boy litters everywhere. The teacher now wants to speak to him.

5. The teacher now wants to speak to the boy who litters everywhere.

6. Police are looking for the wanted man. His forehead has a tattoo of a policeman.

6. Police are looking for the wanted man whose forehead has a tattoo of a policeman.

7. They give free haircut to the boy. His father owns the barber shop.

7. They give free haircut to the boy whose father owns the barber shop.

8. It was the lifeboat crew. They rescued the family's dogs and cats from the sinking boat.

8. It was the lifeboat crew who rescued the family's dogs and cats from the sinking boat.

9. The twin brothers want to be bullfighters. But none is old enough.

9. The twin brothers want to be bullfighters, but none of whom is old enough.

10. John says his new kite is made of toilet paper. Now everyone wants him to fly his kite.

10. Now everyone wants John to fly his new kite which he says is made of toilet paper.

11. He bought a new branded watch. It must be a fake as it tells the correct time but often wrong date.

11. He bought a new branded watch which must be a fake as it tells the correct time but often wrong date.

12. We find it hard to believe our cousin. He told us he is living in a haunted house.

12. We find it hard to believe our cousin who told us he is living in a haunted house.

13. John made a clay model of a giraffe. Its neck however is too short.

13. John made a clay model of a giraffe whose neck however is too short.

14. She wants to get rid of her tenant. His loud snoring is disturbing others.

14. She wants to get rid of her tenant whose loud snoring is disturbing others.

15. He is a very boastful person. Everyone takes an almost instant dislike to him.

15. He is a very boastful person to whom everyone takes an almost instant dislike.

16. I tried to put out the fire. All my fingers got burnt by the fire.

16. All my fingers got burnt by the fire which I tried to put out.

17. The couple deliberately stepped on other competitors' toes. They were disqualified from the dancing competition.

17. The couple who deliberately stepped on other competitors' toes were disqualified from the dancing competition.

18. The salesman is very angry. Someone sold him a fake designer belt.

18. The salesman, to whom someone sold a fake designer belt, is very angry.

19. John is very likely to marry his old flame. His divorce is coming through soon.

19. John whose divorce is coming through soon, is very likely to marry his old flame.

20. I told you about Robin Hood. This is a life-size, marble statue of Robin Hood.

20. This is a life-size, marble statue of Robin Hood who/whom I told you about.