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    Question using adjective clause to modify pronouns


    how to solve the exercise below?

    complete the sentences with adjective clause

    1. I have a question. There is something..........
    2. I know someone.........
    3. You can believe him. Everything..........
    4. All of students are seated. The teacher is the only one...........
    5. The test we took yesterday was easier than the one...........

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    Re: using adjective clause to modify pronouns

    Welcome to the board, onanlobu.

    We don't do your homework for you.

    The idea is that you make an attempt first and then we comment on your answers.

    Rover

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    Re: using adjective clause to modify pronouns

    complete the sentences with adjective clause

    Shouldn't that be:

    'complete the sentences with an adjective clause' ?? I mean, they don't yet have them, do they?

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