Relative Pronouns Quiz 2


Choose the appropriate options to complete the sentences.

1. Prague,......many beautiful historical and architectural monuments have made it a tourist attraction, is also a favorite location for historical films.

A) which
B) whose
C) where
D) what
E) that


2. Joseph Conrad was a Polish seaman ......became famous as an English writer.

A) what
B) whose
C) when
D) which
E) who


3. It is difficult to predict......will happen politically if Turkey is refused entry to the European Union.

A) how
B) which
C) when
D) what
E) that


4. I'd like to have an apartment of my own ......I can invite my friends around whenever I want.

A) in that
B) into what
C) to which
D) which
E) how


5. As anyone........has ever watched The Apprentice knows, business is a tough game to play.

A) who
B) when
C) whom
D) what
E) whose


6. As a university student, you should know......to use a library very well.

A) how
B) what
C) that
D) who
E) which


7. No one to......I have spoken is able to answer my question.

A) what
B) whose
C) that
D) whom
E) which


8. No one knows......the Indian custom of sati—widows burning themselves on their husbands' funeral pyres—began, but it has now become very rare.

A) that
B) whose
C) how
D) which
E) who


9. The Tibetans,......claim to be descended from a god in the form of a monkey, seem to have anticipated Darwin.

A) whose
B) who
C) where
D) when
E) what


10. Everyone was upset by the mysterious stranger—no one knew...... he had come or......he was going to do.

A) which / when
B) that / how
C) who / whom
D) how / why
E) why / what

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