Proposizioni Relative

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Completa con pronomi e avverbi relativi 

1. That is the girl ___ you met at the party.

2. John, ___ sister is a teacher, lives in London.

3. This is the house ___ they bought.

4. That is the restaurant ___ we ate last week.

5. The students, ___ test was corrected by their teacher, passed the exam.

6. Last summer, ___ Kate went to Greece, was a beautiful season.

7. Studying is the reason ___ Julie didn’t come to the pub yesterday.

8. Brian, ___ you have just talked with, is a friend of mine.

9. The bag ___ she bought is brown.

10. She wants to buy that dress, ___ is very expensive.

Unisci le frasi formando una relativa defining come nell’esempio:
That is the dog. It belongs to Julie.
That is the dog which / that belongs to Julie.

1. John is the boy. He speaks Russian.

2. It is the hotel. David and Susan stayed on holiday.

3. There is Michelle. Her mother is a doctor.

4. Mrs Brown is the teacher. She teaches us English.

5. The film was beautiful. I saw it yesterday.

Unisci le frasi formando una relativa non-defining come nell’esempio:
That dog is brown. It belongs to Julie.
That dog, which belongs to Julie, is brown.

1. Caroline is a famous actress. She lives in New York.

2. Those people work in our company. They are Spanish.

3. These shoes are cheap. Mary wants to buy them.

4. Christmas is our favourite time of the year. We give presents.

5. Pam and John are David’s neighbours. Their son is a lawyer.


Soluzioni

Completa con pronomi e avverbi relativi 

1. That is the girl who you met at the party.

2. John, whose sister is a teacher, lives in London.

3. This is the house which they bought.

4. That is the restaurant where we ate last week.

5. The students, whose test was corrected by their teacher, passed the exam.

6. Last summer, when Kate went to Greece, was a beautiful season.

7. Studying is the reason why Julie didn’t come to the pub yesterday.

8. Brian, whom you have just talked with, is a friend of mine.

9. The bag which she bought is brown.

10. She wants to buy that dress, which is very expensive.

Unisci le frasi formando una relativa defining come nell’esempio:
That is the dog. It belongs to Julie.
That is the dog which / that belongs to Julie.

1. John is the boy who speaks Russian.

2. It is the hotel where David and Susan stayed on holiday.

3. There is Michelle whose mother is a doctor.

4. Mrs Brown is the teacher who teaches us English.

5. The film which I saw yesterday was beautiful.

Unisci le frasi formando una relativa non-defining come nell’esempio:
That dog is brown. It belongs to Julie.
That dog, which belongs to Julie, is brown.

1. Caroline, who lives in New York, is a famous actress.
2. Those people, who are Spanish, work in our company.
3. These shoes, which Mary wants to buy, are cheap.
4. Christmas, when we give presents, is our favourite time of the year.
5. Pam and John, whose son is a lawyer, are David’s neighbours.