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Relatives: non-defining and connective: PEG 78-84 Combine the following pairs or groups of sentences, using relative pronouns. 1 Tom had been driving all day. He was tired and wanted to stop. 2 Ann had been sleeping in the back of the car. She felt quite fresh and wanted to go on. 3 Paul wanted to take the mountain road. His tyres were nearly new. 4 Jack's tyres were very old. He wanted to stick to the tarred road. 5 Mary didn't know anything about mountains. She thought it would be quite safe to climb alone. 6 He gave orders to the manager. The manager passed them on to the foreman. 7 She said that the men were thieves. This turned out to be true. 8 The matter was reported to the Chief of Police. He ordered us all to be arrested. 9 In prison they fed us on dry bread. Most of it was mouldy. 10 We slept in the same room as a handcuffed prisoner. His handcuffs rattled every time he moved. 11 We lit a fire. It soon dried out our clothes. 12 They rowed across the Atlantic. This had never been done before. 13 The lorry crashed into a bus-load of schoolchildren. Six of them were slightly injured. 14 She refuses to use machines. This makes her work more arduous. 15 I met Mary. She asked me to give you this. 16 The women prayed aloud all night. This kept us awake. 17 The river bed is uneven and you may be in shallow water one moment and in deep water the next. This makes it unsafe for non-swimmers. 18 Mary said that there should be a notice up warning people. Mary's children couldn't swim. 19 Ann said that there were far too many notices. Ann's children could swim very well. 20 He paid me £5 for cleaning ten windows. Most of them hadn't been cleaned for at least a year. 21 Jack, the goalkeeper, and Tom, one of the backs, were injured in last Saturday's match. Jack's injuries were very slight. He is being allowed to play in today's match. This is a good thing because the team hasn't got another goalkeeper. (Combine the last three sentences only.) 22 But Tom's leg is still in bandages. He will have to watch the match from the stand. 23 Mr White didn't get a seat on his train this morning. This put him in a bad temper, and caused him to be very rude to his junior partner. The junior partner in turn was rude to the chief clerk; and so on all the way down to the office boy. 24 On Monday Tom's boss suddenly asked for a report on the previous week's figures. Tom had a hangover. He felt too sick to work fast. (Combine the last two sentences only.) 25 His boss didn't drink. He saw what was the matter and wasn't sympathetic. 26 In the afternoon he rang Tom and asked why the report still hadn't arrived. The report should have been on his desk by 2 o'clock. 27 Tom's headache was now much worse. He just put the receiver down without answering. This was just as well, as if he'd said anything he would have been very rude. 28 Fortunately Ann, the typist, came to Tom's assistance. Ann rather liked Tom. 29 Even so the report took three hours. It should have taken an hour and a half. 30 I went to Munich. I had always wanted to visit Munich.
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1 Tom had been driving all day. He was tired and wanted to stop.

Tom, who had been driving all day was tired and wanted to stop.

2 Ann had been sleeping in the back of the car. She felt quite fresh and wanted to go on.

Ann, who had been sleeping in the back of the car, felt quite fresh and wanted to go on.

3 Paul wanted to take the mountain road. His tyres were nearly new.

Paul, whose tyres were nearly new, wanted to take the mountain road.

4 Jack's tyres were very old. He wanted to stick to the tarred road.

jack, whose tyres were very old,wanted to stick to the tarred road.

5 Mary didn't know anything about mountains. She thought it would be quite safe to climb alone.

marry, who didn't know anythingabout mountains, thought it would be quite safe to climb alone.

6 He gave orders to the manager. The manager passed them on to the foreman.

He gave orders to the manager who passed them on to the foreman.

7 She said that the men were thieves. This turned out to be true.

She said that the men were thieves, turned out to be true.

8 The matter was reported to the Chief of Police. He ordered us all to be arrested.

The matter was reported to the Chief of Police who ordered us all to be arrested.

9 In prison they fed us on dry bread. Most of it was mouldy.

In prison they fed us on dry bread, Most of which was mouldy.

10 We slept in the same room as a handcuffed prisoner. His handcuffs rattled every time he moved.

We slept in the same room as a handcuffed prisoner whose handcuffs rattled every time he moved.

11 We lit a fire. It soon dried out our clothes.

We lit a fire which soon dried out our clothes.

12 They rowed across the Atlantic. This had never been done before.

They rowed across the Atlantic which had never been done before

13 The lorry crashed into a bus-load of schoolchildren. Six of them were slightly injured.

The lorry crashed into a bus-load of schoolchildren. Six of whom were slightly injured.

14 She refuses to use machines. This makes her work more arduous.

She refuses to use machines which makes her work more arduous.

15 I met Mary. She asked me to give you this.

I met Mary who asked me to give you this.

16 The women prayed aloud all night. This kept us awake

The women prayed aloud all night which kept us awake

. 17 The river bed is uneven and you may be in shallow water one moment and in deep water the next. This makes it unsafe for non-swimmers.

The river bed is uneven and you may be in shallow water one moment and in deep water the next which makes it unsafe for non-swimmers.

18 Mary said that there should be a notice up warning people. Mary's children couldn't swim.

Mary whose children couldn't swim, said that there should be a notice up warning people.

19 Ann said that there were far too many notices. Ann's children could swim very well.

ann, whose children could swim very well, said that there were far too many notices.

20 He paid me £5 for cleaning ten windows. Most of them hadn't been cleaned for at least a year.

He paid me £5 for cleaning ten windows. Most of which hadn't been cleaned for at least a year.

21 Jack, the goalkeeper, and Tom, one of the backs, were injured in last Saturday's match. Jack's injuries were very slight. He is being allowed to play in today's match. This is a good thing because the team hasn't got another goalkeeper. (Combine the last three sentences only.)

Jack, whose injuries were very slight, is being allowed to play, which is a good thing because the team hasn't got another goalkeeper.

22 But Tom's leg is still in bandages. He will have to watch the match from the stand.

Tom, whose leg is still in bandages, will have to watch the match from the stand.

23 Mr White didn't get a seat on his train this morning. This put him in a bad temper, and caused him to be very rude to his junior partner. The junior partner in turn was rude to the chief clerk; and so on all the way down to the office boy.

Mr. White didn't get a seat on the train this morning, which put him in a bad temper and caused him to be very rude to his junior clerk.

24 On Monday Tom's boss suddenly asked for a report on the previous week's figures. Tom had a hangover. He felt too sick to work fast. (Combine the last two sentences only.)

Tom, who had a hangover, felt too sick to work fast.

25 His boss didn't drink. He saw what was the matter and wasn't sympathetic.

His boss, who didn’t drink, saw what was the matter and wasn't sympathetic.

26 In the afternoon he rang Tom and asked why the report still hadn't arrived. The report should have been on his desk by 2 o'clock.

The report, which should have been on his desk by 2.00, still hadn’t arrived.

27 Tom's headache was now much worse. He just put the receiver down without answering. This was just as well, as if he'd said anything he would have been very rude.

Tom, whose headache was now much worse, put down the receiver without answering, which was just as well, as if he'd said anything he would have been very rude.

28 Fortunately Ann, the typist, came to Tom's assistance. Ann rather liked Tom.

Ann, who liked Tom, came to Tom's assistance

29 Even so the report took three hours. It should have taken an hour and a half.

the report, which should have taken an hour and a half, took three hours

30 I went to Munich. I had always wanted to visit Munich.

to Munich, which I had always wanted to visit

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