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Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 1

Complete the sentence.
That is the factory in _______ my Dad used to work.

Detailed Solution for Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 1

That is the factory in which my Dad used to work

Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 2

Complete the sentence.
The classmates .......... I studied German decided to give our teacher some flowers.

Detailed Solution for Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 2

The classmates with whom I studied German decided to give our teacher some flowers

Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 3

Complete the sentence.
The man with ...... the Inspector was speaking is the notorious diamond thief, Renard.

Detailed Solution for Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 3

The man with whom the Inspector was speaking is the notorious diamond thief, Renard.  - When a person is the object of a sentence, the correct pronoun to use is 'whom' (The Inspector is speaking to Renard - With whom is the Inspector speaking?).  Because this is considered very formal, you will rarely hear it in spoken English (usually, people use 'who' instead).  It is important to know when to use 'whom', however, for times when you need to be absolutely correct

Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 4

Complete the sentence.
The woman ...... said hello was my old dance teacher.

Detailed Solution for Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 4

The woman who said hello was my old dance teacher. Although it can be used to refer to a person, 'that' is not correct as the subject of a clause (i.e. that said hello). You will hear 'that' used incorrectly in informal spoken English, however

Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 5

Complete the sentence.
Who took the laptop ...... I was working ..... ?

Detailed Solution for Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 5

Who took the laptop which I was working on? - Many people (including teachers) believe that it is incorrect to end on a preposition ('on') in English.  This is not at all true.  English is a Germanic language - the 'not ending on a preposition rule' only applies to Romance languages (those based on Latin).  'Who took the laptop on which I was working' would sound silly because the grammar is too formal for the context

Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 6

Complete the sentence.
The train ...... travels directly to Liverpool has been canceled.

Detailed Solution for Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 6

The train which travels directly to Liverpool has been canceled.  'That' would be incorrect because it would be acting as the subject of the relative clause

Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 7

Complete the sentence.
Gordon, ...... nephew you met yesterday, will be visiting later.

Detailed Solution for Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 7

Gordon, whose nephew you met yesterday, will be visiting later

Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 8

Complete the sentence.
The van, ...... was stopped earlier today by police, turned out to be driven by the men suspected of last week's bank robbery.

Detailed Solution for Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 8

The van, which was stopped earlier today by police, turned out to be driven by the men suspected of last week's bank robbery

Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 9

Complete the sentence.
The teacher .......... taught me German will be retiring this year.

Detailed Solution for Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 9

The teacher who taught me German will be retiring this year

Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 10

Complete the sentence.
There's the book ...... I thought I'd lost.

Detailed Solution for Test: Relative Pronouns - 1 - Question 10

There's the book that I thought I'd lost - 'which' would also be correct

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