Combine Using Relative Pronouns | Class 8 Grammar Worksheets

Learn and improve your English grammar with our grammar lessons and worksheets. In this lesson we will learn how we can combine two clauses using relative pronouns.

English Grammar Exercises

Combine the following sentences using appropriate relative pronouns.

We can combine two clauses using relative pronouns. Relative pronouns are words like who, whom, which, that, whose, what and where. Clauses introduced by relative pronouns are called relative clauses or adjective clauses.

1. I know a man. His son works in the US.

2. She has launched a new school. They give free education to poor children.

3. My brother lives in Spain. He is an artist.

4. Where is the girl? The girl sells flowers.

5. This is Selena. She works in a super market.

6. I met a boy. He was carrying a puppy in his hands.

7. I have a cousin. He serves in the army.

8. Have you got the keys? The keys open the front door.

9. She went to work with my brother. She married him later.

10. Janaki is very kind and humble. Her father is a rich businessman.

Answers

1. I know a man whose son works in the US.

2. She has launched a new school where they give free education to poor children.

3. My brother who lives in Spain is an artist. / My brother who is an artist lives in Spain.

4. Where is the girl who sells flowers?

5. This is Selena who works in a super market.

6. I met a boy who was carrying a puppy in his hands.

7. I have a cousin who serves in the army.

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8. Have you got the keys that / which open the front door?

9. She went to work with my brother whom she later married.

10. Janaki whose father is a rich businessman is very kind and humble.

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