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Defining Relative Clauses

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    Make a new sentence by joining the two short sentences
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  • She worked for a man. The man used to be an athlete.
    She worked for a man who/that used to be an athlete.
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  • They called a lawyer. The lawyer lived nearby.
    They called a lawyer who lived nearby.
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  • I sent an email to my brother. My brother lives in Australia
    I sent an email to my brother who/that lives in Australia
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  • The customer liked the waitress. The waitress was very friendly.
    The customer liked the waitress who/that was very friendly.
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  • We broke the computer. The computer belonged to my father.
    We broke the computer which/that belonged to my father.
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  • I dropped a glass. The glass was new.
    I dropped a glass which/that was new.
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  • She loves books. The books have happy endings.
    She loves books which/that have happy endings.
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  • They live in a city. The city is in the north of England.
    They live in a city which/that is in the north of England.
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  • The man is in the garden. The man is wearing a blue jumper.
    The man who/that is wearing a blue jumper is in the garden.
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  • The girl works in a bank. The girl is from India.
    The girl who/that is from India works in a bank.
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  • My sister has three children. My sister lives in Australia.
    My sister who/that lives in Australia has three children.
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  • The waiter was rude. The waiter was wearing a blue shirt.
    The waiter who/that was wearing a blue shirt was rude.
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  • The money is in the kitchen. The money belongs to John.
    The money which/that belongs to John is in the kitchen.
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  • The child is playing in the garden. We see the child often.
    The child who/t6hat we often see is playing in the garden.
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  • The man was late. Julie invited the man.
    The man who/that Julie invited was late.
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  • The doctor was sick. I wanted to see the doctor.
    The doctor who/that I wanted to see was sick.
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  • The mobile phone can’t be fixed. The mobile phone is broken.
    The mobile phone which is broken can’t be fixed.
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  • John made a copy of the photo. I took the photo.
    John made a copy of the photo which/that I took.
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  • I met a girl. The girl was a doctor.
    I met a girl who /that was a doctor.
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  • I met a girl. Her father is a vet. .
    I met a girl whose father is a vet. .
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  • I like the girl. Her hair is dark.
    I like the girl whose hair is dark.
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  • The woman is rich. Her notes and coins are on the table.
    The woman whose notes and coins are on the table is rich.
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  • The woman is at hospital. Her husband is a doctor.
    The woman whose husband is a doctor is at hospital.
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  • This is a woman. Her daughter lives in Canada.
    This is a woman whose daughter lives in Canada.
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  • We like the actor. His wife is a journalist.
    We like the actor whose wife is a journalist.
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  • I went to the restaurant. I read about the restaurant in the newspaper.
    I went to the restaurant. which I read about in the newspaper.
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  • I went to the restaurant. I proposed to my fiancee there.
    I went to the restaurant where I proposed to my fiancee.
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  • This is the city. I used to live there.
    This is the city where I used to live.
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  • This is the shop. I bought a T-shirt there.
    This is the shop where I bought a T-shirt.
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  • I was at the restaurant. You can order shrimps there.
    I was at the restaurant where you can order shrimps .
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  • This is a girl. I saw her last night
    This is the girl (that/who) I saw last night.
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  • Where is the pencil? I have you the pencil yesterday.
    Where is the pencil (which/that) I gave you yesterday?
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  • I didn't like the girl. You brought her to the party.
    I didn't like the girl (who/that) you brought to the party.
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  • Did you find the money? You lost the money,
    Did you find the money (which/that) you lost?
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  • I lost the money. I borrowed the money from my mom.
    I lost the money (that/which) I borrowed from my mom.
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  • I haven't read any of the books. I got the books for Christmas.
    I haven't read any of the books (that/which) I got for Christmas.
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