who, which, that and no relative pronoun (elementary)

  • exercise 1: fill in who or which
  • exercise 2: fill in who or which
  • exercise 3: decide whether the relative pronouns must be used or not
  • exercise 4: various exercises for practising who, which, that or no relative pronoun
  • exercise 5: various exercises for practising who, which, that or no relative pronoun

who, which and whose

  • exercise 1: two exercises for practising who, which and whose
  • exercise 2: choose who, which or whose
  • exercise 3: fill in who, which or whose

who(m), which, when, where and whose

  • exercise 1: various exercises for practising who, which, when, where or whose
  • exercise 2: various exercises for practising who, which, when, where or whose
  • exercise 3: various exercises for practising who, which, when, where or whose

who, which, when, where, why and whose

  • exercise 1: various exercises for practising who, which, when, where, why or whose

who(m), which, that and whose

  • exercise 1: choose who, which, that or whose
  • exercise 2: fill in who, which, that or whose
  • exercise 3: fill in who(m), which, that or whose
  • exercise 4: fill in who(m), which, that or whose
  • exercise 5: fill in who(m), which, that or whose

who, which and that (restrictive/nonrestrictive clauses or defining/nondefining clauses)) (intermediate)

  • exercise 1: choose whowhich and that (plus explanation answers)
  • exercise 2: fill in whowhich or that
  • exercise 3: decide whether the following relative clauses are defining or non-defining
  • exercise 4: combine the two sentences to form a sentence with a restrictive clause
  • exercise 5: combine the two sentences using a relative clause

the relative pronoun as a subject pronoun or an object pronoun

  • exercise 1: decide whether the relative pronoun is a subject pronoun or an object pronoun
  • exercise 2: fill in the relative pronoun depending on whether it is a subject pronoun or an object pronoun

reduced relative clauses and relative infinite clauses: participle and to-infinitive (people travelling to work /people delayed by slow traffic ⇔ the only person to thank him)

  • exercise 1: make a reduced relative clause (participle clause (active))
  • exercise 2: make a reduced relative clause (participle clause (passive))
  • exercise 3: 8 exercises for practising relative infinitive clauses
  • exercise 4: 3 exercises for practising reduced relative clauses

useful pages

  • exercises for practising demonstrative pronouns (this / that / these / those)
  • exercises for practising possessive pronouns (my/ mine/ of mine etc.)
  • exercises for practising personal pronouns (I/ me/ you/ he/ him, etc.)
  • exercises for practising interrogative pronoun (who, what, which, etc.)
  • exercises for practising reflexive pronouns (myself/ yourself, etc)