1. Thank you very much for the gift (which/that) you sent.
2. She was dancing with a student who had a slight limb.
3. I am looking after some children who are terribly spoilt.
4. The bed I sleep on has no mattress.
5. There wasn’t any directory in the box (which / that) I was phoning from.
1. This is Mrs Lee whose Pet daughter won the championship last year.
2. The armchair (which / that) I sitting on collapsed.
3. Mr Allen, whom I had come especially to see, was too busy.
4. The woman (who(m) / that) I had comme to see was sitting at the table.
5. I missed the bus, (which / that) I usually catch and had to travel on the next, which was a slow bus.
1. His girl friend, whom he trusted absolutely, turned out to be an enemy spy.
2. The car (which/ that) we were in had bad brackes and the man who was driving didn’t know the way.
3. This is the story of a woman whose husband suddenly loses his memory.
4. They’ll have to get across the frontier, which will be difficult.
5. A man brought in a small girl whose hand had been cut.
1. The car crashed onto a queue of peole, four of whom were injured.
2. The roads were crowded with refugees, many of whom were wounded.
3. The girl (who(m) / that ) I was waiting for didn’’t turn up.
4. Ben came to the party in patched jeans, which surprised the guests, most of whom were wearing evening dress.
5. The company (which/that) I work for is sending me to London.
1. The Bakers, whose house had been destroyed, were given rooms in the hotel.
2. I saw several houses, most of which were quite unsuitable.
3. She wanted to come at 3 a.m, which didn’t suit me at all.
4. This is story of a group of girls whose plane crashed on an uninhabited island.
5. The string (that/which) they tie the parcels up with is so weak that is usually comes to pieces before you get it home.
1. He introduced me to his students, most of whom were from abroad.
2. Alice expected him to pay two dollars for 10 eggs, four of which were broken.
3. The people (who(m) / that) she was speaking to didn’t know Spanish.
4. They gave me four very bad tyres, one of which had burst before I drove four miles.\
5. The girl who answered the phone said Henry was out.
1. Albert, who had been driving all the day, was tired and wanted to stop.
2. Sandra, who had been sleeping, felt quite fresh and wanted to go on.
3. Sophia, whose tyres were new, wanted to take the mountain road.
4. Andrew, whose tyres were old, wanted to stick to the tarred road.
5. Rita, who didn’t know about mountains , thought is wouldn’t be quite safe to climb alone.
1. Brain gave orders to his manager, who passed them on the foreman.
2. The little boy said that the men were thieves, which turned out to be true.
3. The matter was reported to the chief of police, who ordered us all to be arrested.
4. In prison the fed us on dry bread, most of which was moudly?
5. We slept in the same room as a handcuffed of a prisoner, whose hadcuffed rattled every time he moved?
1. we lit a fire, which soon dried out our clothes.
2. They rowed across the Atlantic, which had never been done before.
3. Tony refuses to use machines, which makes his work more arduous.
4. I met Sylvia, who asked me to give you this.
5. These girls prayed aloud all night, which kept us awake.
1. Robert’s father, who is 85, goes swimming every day.
2. Albert told me his address, which I wrote down on a piece of paper.
3. Margaret showed me a photograph of her sister, who is a nurse.
4. They decided not to swim in the sea, which locked rather dirty.
5. The new stadium, which hold 120,000 people, will be opened next week.
1. The storm, which no one had been expecting, caused a lot of damage.
2. The postman, who is nearly always on time, was late this morning.
3. We often go to visit our colleagues in Boston, which is only 90 miles away.
4. I went to see the doctor, who told me to rest for three weeks.
5. I looked up at the moon, which was very bright that evening.
1. The young man who lives next door is very friendly.
2. The school boy who is injured in the accident is now in hospital.
3. The man who (that) answered the phone told me you were out.
4. The waiter who (that) served us was very impolite and impatient.
5. The naughty boys who (that) were arrested have now been released.
1. Mark works for a factory that (which) makes typewriters.
2. The window that (which) was broken has now been repaired.
3. We know a lot of people who live near our house.
4. Where are the eggs that (which) were in the fridge?
5. What was the name of the woman who lent you the money?
1. you lost
2. (that) Paula is wearing
3. (who / that ) I invited to the night club.
4. (that) we wanted to visit
5. (who/that) we met yesterday
1. (that) we had for lunch……………………
2. (that) Mark recommended
3. (that) Margaret tells
4. (that) you have been looking for
5. (who / that) the police arrested.
1. (that) I applied for
2. (who / that) she is aquainted with
3. (that) we went to ……………………….
4. (who / that) you were with last night?
5. (that) we wanted to travel on……………..
1. (that) they were talking about.
2. (that) I work with.
3. (that) I wanted to listen to………………….
4. (that) I am living in………………
5. (that) I slept in…………………….
1. what 2. (that) 3. what 4. that 5. (that)
1. (that) 2. who / that 3. (that) 4. what 5. (that)
1. that 2. who / that 3. who / that 4. that 5. What