Relative Pronouns and Sentences

Exercise 1

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Turn the following sentences from the construction given into the more typical English construction, which implies shifting the preposition:

ExampleThe boy with whom he’s talking is John —-> The boy he’s talking with is John

  1. The friends with whom I made my journey to Australia are Tom and Sara
  2. The man for whom I’ve bought this present is my dad
  3. Can you tell me the shop from which you got this rare book?
  4. What’s that music to which you’re listening?
  5. The girl to whom I spoke yesterday comes from Egypt
  6. The solution for which you’re looking is not that difficult
  7. The problem about which we talked yesterday is more difficult than I thought
  8. The car at which I’m looking may be John’s car

The solution is here




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