EXERCISE: Relative pronouns

Fill in with a relative pronoun (who(m), that, which, whose) WHERE NECESSARY. Insert X if no pronoun is needed.

1. Mathematics, is his favourite subject, is given by a certain Mr. Green.

2. Beethoven, we have just been listening to, was one of the world's finest composers.

3. Napoleon, about so many books have been written, is the most famous French emperor.

4. The fish he brought back yesterday was not good.

5. The teacher gives history is ill: we are free.

6. Chess, about I know nothing, seems difficult to play.

7. Where is the child parents have asked for an appointment.

8. Have you see the books were written by his father? He deserves to be world famous.

9. Julius Caesar, was a famous general, was also a merciless politician and a good writer.

10. I saw several houses were quite cosy.

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Analyse : Jean Schumacher   Réalisation informatique : Boris Maroutaeff
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