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Relative Pronouns 2.0

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    Relative Pronouns
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  • This is the woman. She won the award three times.
    This is the woman who won the award three times.
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  • This is the man. I need to speak to the man.
    This is the man whom I need to speak to.
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  • I know the man. His company supplies laboratory equipment.
    I know the man whose company supplies laboratory equipment.
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  • I met the writer. His work inspired me.
    I met the writer whose work inspired me.
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  • New York is a big city in the USA. New York has 20.4 million people.
    New York, which is a big city in the USA, has 20.4 million people.
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  • Megan is a teacher. Megan works at Waldorf School.
    Megan is a teacher who works at Waldorf School.
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  • Lady Gaga is a famous singer. Lady Gaga was nominated for an Oscar.
    Lady Gaga is a famous singer who was nominated for an Oscar.
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  • This is the place. I met my wife in this place.
    This is the place where I met my wife.
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  • This is the shop. I usually buy my clothes in this shop.
    This is the shop where I usually buy my clothes.
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  • Michael is the boy. His brother is a police officer.
    Michael is the boy whose brother is a police officer.
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  • This is the woman. My cousin married the woman.
    This is the woman whom my cousin married.
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  • This is the book. I told you about the book.
    This is the book which I told you about.
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  • Talk about a person whose work you admire.
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  • This is the cake. My grandma made the cake.
    This is the cake which my grandma made.
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  • Talk about a task which you hate performing in your job.
    Free answer
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  • Talk about a time you had an issue with a person who works with you.
    Free answer
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  • Mr. Reynolds is a taxi driver. Mr. Reynolds lives on the corner.
    Mr. Reynolds, who is a taxi driver, lives on the corner.
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  • Talk about a time when you had to accept something you did not agree with.
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