Defining and Non Defining Relative Clauses (which/where/whose/who/whom) Exercises - Test 1

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  • 1. As this old wretch, either from the feebleness of age or from the infirmity I have mentioned, had great difficulty in walking, he had brought with him a small boy, whose business it was to direct his tottering steps as best he could.
  • 2. He shook me by the hand, in a manner which expressed everything.
  • 3. There was once a man who had a dog.
  • 4. Those in authority on the Nile knew how to choose soldiers duty it was to exercise pitiless severity against the defenceless.
  • 5. Presently they came along a narrow path led to the house.
  • 6. This time she did not take him to a splendid palace, but to a deep cave in a rock, there were chains hanging from the wall.
  • 7. A man does not think for himself does not think at all.
  • 8. He had pleased her and she had received him kindly because he was related to the man she had loved from childhood.
  • 9. Why this lack of penetration as to their personal affairs in men business it is to penetrate all things?
  • 10. A number of eunuchs stood behind them, duty it was to see that they did not raise their eyes towards the men.
  • 11. It is I am asking you.
  • 12. He was walking the world, there were people, many people.
  • 13. It's you 'll be had.
  • 14. It was he had stolen the papers.
  • 15. As he was raising himself again, James' eyes bent on him a look seemed to come from the very depths of what was left within.
  • 16. And it gave him a sort of grim pleasure to hear the sigh seemed to come from the bottom of her heart.
  • 17. Then he pushed the curtain aside, and the woman he had just noticed greeted him with a low cry.
  • 18. It was he had killed them.
  • 19. You talk about everything as if you knew more about it than the people business it is to know all about it.
  • 20. Not far from the cat one is sure to find Carlo-the bird-like, bright-faced, close-cropped Venetian urchin, duty it is to trot backwards and forwards between the cellar and the dining-tables.

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