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Relative Clauses - جُمل - شرح كل أجزاء Traveller

Traveller 6
القاعده Relative clauses

أمثلة القاعده
ترافلر 6
She's the girl who/that lives next door.
He has written a book which/that is about the history of education.

I'd like to talk to the professor (who/ whom/that) I met at the university last week.
The book (which/ that) you bought is on the desk.

I have an uncle whose name is Archibald.

The village where I grew up is very small.
...
Students who cheat should be punished.
Dr Miller, who is the Head of the Department, will attend the reception.
....
The man (who/that) I was talking to five minutes ago is my uncle.
That tall man, to whom I was talking five minutes ago, is my uncle.
....
He offered to give me a lift, which was very kind of him.

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كتاب الطالب
1. Discover the man Robert Ripley and the unusual artefacts which he gathered while travelling around the globe.

2. The museum tells the story of 12 million immigrants who came to America in search of a better
life.

3. Visit the Great Hall, where millions of immigrants once waited for medical and legal
processing.

4. The collection includes priceless family heirlooms, family photos and beautiful clothing and jewellery which the immigrants brought with them.

5. Access to the island is by the Circle Line-Statue of Liberty ferry,which leaves from the Battery
in Lower Manhattan and from Liberty State Park in New Jersey.

Join the sentences using who, which, that, whose or where.

1. Rugby is a sport which/that many people in Britain play.
2. John Walters, who won a gold medal for cycling, is visiting our town.
3. I want to introduce you to Andrew Jones, who I am going to work with on the science pro􀁍ect.
4. Here's my laptop and flat-screen TV, both of which need to be fixed.
5. This is the tallest building in the city, where Jim has an office on the second floor.
6. Acupuncture, which is becoming more and more popular, is a form of alternative medicine.
7. John, whose car was stolen, is my friend.
8. The man and woman who/that drowned in the river last night were my neighbours.
9. There were a lot of people on the bus, one of whom reminded me of my uncle Omar.
10. My brother is going to Seattle, where he will go to college.

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أمثلة القاعـدة:
She's the girl who/ that lives next door.

He has written a book which/that is about the history of education.

I'd like to talk to the professor (who/ whom/that) I met at the university last week.

The book (which/ that) you bought is on the desk.

I have an uncle whose name is Archibald.

The village where I grew up is very small.

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Round Up

. Choose the word or phrase that produces a grammatically correct sentence.
1. Tony was talking to his boss, h ad just returned from a trip abroad.
a. who b. whom c. whose d. who’s

. The hotel I stayed in was very comfortable.
a. where b. whom c. which d. when

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كتاب الطالب

Complete the sentences with who, whom, which, where or whose.

1. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was the author who wrote the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
2. That's the journalist whose articles always cause a lot of discussion.
3. The box in which I keep my jewellery was made in China.
4. The village where Paul grew up is very small.
5. The man to whom you were talking at Mike's house is from Japan.
6. Claire was the only student in my class who passed the test.
7. That's the café where we were supposed to meet Ibrahim.

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Join the sentences using the correct relative pronoun/adverb.

1. The journalist will interview the elderly man. The elderly man's house was broken into last night.
The journalist will interview the elderly man whose house was broken into last night.

2. We visited the town. We were born there.
We visited the town where we were born.

3. People believe that the old house is owned by a famous writer. The old house is on Park Avenue.
People believe that the old house which/that is on Park Avenue is owned by a famous writer.

4. I invited Mr Robinson to my house for dinner. He lives next door.
I invited Mr Robinson, who lives next door, to my house for dinner.

5. Mahdi went to a famous cookery school. He's an excellent chef.
Mahdi, who is an excellent chef, went to a famous cookery school.

6. That's Sally Brown. Her seven brothers all live abroad.
That's Sally Brown, whose seven brothers all live abroad.

7. I spoke to the assistant manager last week. He was very helpful.
I spoke to the assistant manager last week, who was very helpful.
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Choose the word or phrase that produces a grammatically correct sentence.

The man to our teacher was talking is my father.
a. who c. which
b. whom d. that

The village we usually spend our holidays is picturesque.
a. which c. to which
b. where d. in where

Have you seen the bracelet I left here a while ago?
a. whose c. where
b. that d. when


Our company employs more than 80 people, most of are computer literate.
a. which c. who
b. whose d. whom

None of us knew the reason for he was fired.
a. that c. where
b. which d. why
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