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SEMIPRESENCIAL.

7. KEY:

RELATIVE CLAUSES.
1. He bought a CD. Its broken.
2. Last night we met a man. Hes a millionaire.
3. I had won some money. I spent it on a new bike.
4. This is the girl. I met her last summer.
5. I cant see the woman. He found her glasses.
6. The man is her boss. She had lunch with him yesterday.
7. The company has gone bankrupt. He works for this company.
8. The couple have got married again. Their divorce was in the
newspapers.
9. The house has just been demolished. I lived in that house.
10. The house is now for sale. I was born there.
11. I got four books for my birthday. I had read three of them before.
12. There were some noisy people at the audience. One of them kept
interrupting the speaker.
13. Sheila couldnt come to the party. This was a pity.
14. Neil has passed his examination. This is good news.
15. Sharon is a wonderful cook. Shes married with two children.
16. The knife belonged to my grandmother. You are cutting the meat with
it.
17. Bill Clinton became President of the USA in 1993. His wife is a
brilliant lawyer.
18. Brenda is the friend. I went on holiday with her.
19. This is Adrian. We stayed in Adrians house for our holidays.
20. She made all kind of suggestions. I couldnt understand most of them.

RELATIVE CLAUSES
1. He bought a CD which is broken
2. Last night we met a man who is a millionaire.
3. I have won some money which I spent on a new bike
4. This is the girl who I met last summer
5. I cant see the woman whose glasses he found
6. The man who she had lunch with last week is her boss.
7. The company which he works for has gone bankrupt.
8. The couple whose divorce was in the newspapers have got married
again.
9. The house where I lived has just been demolished.
10. The house where I was born is for sale.
11. I got four books for my birthday, three of which I had read before.
12. There were some noisy people in the audience, one of whom kept
interrupting the speaker.
13. Sheila couldnt come to the party, which was a pity.
14. Neil has passed his examination, which is good news.
15. Sharon who is married with two children is a wonderful cook.
16. The knife which you are cutting the meat with belonged to my
grandmother.
17. Bill Clinton whose wife is a brilliant lawyer became president of the
USA in 1993.
18. Brenda who I went on holiday with is a friend.
19. This is Adrian whose house we stayed in for our holidays.
20. She made all kind of suggestions, most of which I couldnt
understand.

REDUCED RELATIVE CLAUSES.


1. The taxi broke down. The taxi was taking us to the airport.
2. The boy was taken to hospital. The boy was injured in the accident.
3. The police are looking for three men. They are investigating the
crime.
4. I live in a pleasant room. The room overlooks the garden.
5. A lot of people cannot come. They are invited to the party.
6. The flat was the nicest. It belonged to my brother.

REDUCED RELATIVE CLAUSES.


1. The taxi taking us to the airport broke down.
2. The boy injured in the accident was taken to hospital.
3. The police investigating the crime are looking for three men.
4. I live in a pleasant room overlooking the garden.
5. A lot of people invited to the party cannot come.
6. The flat belonging to my brother was the nicest.

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