Grammar Relative Clause Sentence Structure Quiz
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Defining Relative Clause Sentence Structure Quiz
Question #1: Combine the two sentence using a defining relative clause. You may use a relative pronoun or no pronoun at all.

I don't like the people. They are staying with the Browns.
Question #2: Combine the two sentence using a defining relative clause. You may use a relative pronoun or no pronoun at all.

I like books. They make you think about things.
Question #3: Combine the two sentence using a defining relative clause. You may use a relative pronoun or no pronoun at all.

I'm looking for the person. I've just hit their car.
Question #4: Combine the two sentence using a defining relative clause. You may use a relative pronoun or no pronoun at all.

Most of the books are still popular today. I've read them as a child.
Question #5: Combine the two sentence using a defining relative clause. You may use a relative pronoun or no pronoun at all.

You can buy the pasta from the Italian shop. It has just opened in the high street.
Question #6: Combine the two sentence using a defining relative clause. You may use a relative pronoun or no pronoun at all.

The woman is coming back to work soon. I'm doing her job.
Question #7: Combine the two sentence using a defining relative clause. You may use a relative pronoun or no pronoun at all.

People often have very little money to spend on leisure. They have a lot of leisure time.
Question #8: Combine the two sentence using a defining relative clause. You may use a relative pronoun or no pronoun at all.

Is Technico the company? Sarah works for them.
Question #9: Combine the two sentence using a defining relative clause. You may use a relative pronoun or no pronoun at all.

The swimming pool is only open to the public in the mornings. I use it.
Question #10: Combine the two sentence using a defining relative clause. You may use a relative pronoun or no pronoun at all.

We've just bought a computer package. It teaches you how to play the piano.
Question #11: Combine the two sentence using a defining relative clause. You may use a relative pronoun or no pronoun at all.

My favorite holiday was that one. We spent it in a cottage in the mountains.
Question #12: Combine the two sentence using a defining relative clause. You may use a relative pronoun or no pronoun at all.

We haven't seen the friends for ten years. They are coming to visit us this weekend.
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