Relative Pronouns – Exercises

Relative pronouns are pronouns that relate a noun to a group of words that follow.

Relative Pronouns Exercises

Q. Join these Sentences using relative pronouns:

  1. Sunil Khanna has been selected to lead the Indian team. He is an old Student of our school.
  2. You met a woman at the conference. She just phoned.
  3. We are keen to help the villagers. Their houses have been damaged in the earthquake.
  4. Mr. Madhavan has taken over as the chairman of the company. He is an eminent industrialist.
  5. Some people were hurt in the accident. They were standing on the footpath.

Answer

  1. Sunil Khanna who was an old Student of our school has been selected to lead the India team.
  2. The woman whom you met at the conference just phoned.
  3. We are keen to help the villagers whose houses have been damaged in the earthquake.
  4. Mr. Madhavan who is an eminent industrialist has taken over as the chairman of the company.
  5. Some people who were standing on the footpath were hurt in the accident.

Q. Join these Sentences using relative pronouns:

  1. I have made a statement. I stand by the statement.
  2. Ananya’s essay had been adjudged the best. She was quite excited about it.
  3. Tea is an important export item. Tea is grown in Assam.
  4. Here is a list of some spices. I want you to get them from Kerala.
  5. I have said something. I am not sorry for it.

Answer

  1. I stand by the statement which I have made.
  2. Ananya was quite excited about an essay which had been adjudged the best.
  3. Tea which is grown in Assam is an important export item.
  4. Here is a list of some spices which I want you to get them from Kerala.
  5. I have said something for which I am not sorry.

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