Relative pronouns – who, which, whose or no pronouns? – Exercise 1

Task No. 1114

Put in the relative whowhich or whose where necessary. Type an x if the relative pronoun can be left out.

Welcome to your Relative pronouns – who, which, whose or no pronouns? – Exercise 1

1
This is the boy fell out of the window.
Clue
person → who
2
Yesterday I saw a castle was really old.
Clue
thing → which
3
Susan is the girl I met on Saturday.
Clue
The pronoun can be left out as the subject of the sentence is I
4
I haven't seen Max, brother lives in New York, for a long time now.
Clue
Max's brother → whose
5
The robber stole the car the man parked in front of the bank.
Clue
The relative pronoun can be left out as the subject of the sentence is THE MAN
6
This is the man house was robbed
Clue
The house of the man → whose
7
Can I sit next to the girl is sitting over there?
Clue
person → who
8
The book you gave me is great.
Clue
The relative pronoun can be left out as the subject of the sentence is YOU
9
John likes curries are spicy.
Clue
thing → which
10
Bill Clinton, was President of the USA, has only one daughter.
Clue
person → who