I. COMBINE THESE PAIRS OG SENTENCES, USING RELATIVE PRONOUNS OR ADVERB: 1. The girl is sitting by Jack. She is Mary. 2. Can you understand the question? He asked you the question last time. 3. Is that the girl? We saw her on TV last night. 4. The farm produces milk. We visited it last Sunday. 5. At last he married the girl. He loved her. 6. The man is an engineer. We play with his daughter every day. 7. He didn’t receive the letter. I sent him the letter last January. 8. He often tells me something about his village. He was born there. 9. My sister wants to speak to you. You met her at my birthday party. 10. The children like the funny stories. Their grandmother tells them those stories every evening. II. CLEFT SENTENCES 1. Bermuda got its name in 1964 2.I've lost my book It is my book.......... 3.I saw him in the street only last week It was only........ 4.You are wrong not me It is you........... 5.Fred gave Mary the money It was Mary................. ... by Fred 6.We gave Martha a birthday present yesterday It was Martha.................... by us 7.The teacher has told the students an interesting story It is the students............... 8.I showed my friends all of the photographs It was my friends............... III. Combine the two sentences, using a relative pronoun. Decide whether the relative clause needs commas. 1. A person should visit paris. That person wishes to have a spectacular view 2. Adam Wilkinson is the mayor of the city in the 70s. His family is politically active 3. A car can be expensive. It has all the latest improvement. 4. The Volkswagen is cute. It looks like a bug. 5. The President is supposed to provide leadership. He is a symbol of dignity.