Relative Pronouns Quiz 1


Complete the sentences with appropriate relative pronouns.


1. Tom had had enough of school, ---- is why he decided to join the Marines.

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


2. If you are planning to drive a long distance, you should drive during the time of the day ---- you are normally awake.

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


3. In areas ---- many elderly live alone, the police may visit their homes to make sure they are all right.

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


4. Canada is one of the few forested nations ---- forests are mostly public property.

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


5. In 1851,---- an international tournament was organized by the great English player Howard Staunton, the modern competitive age of chess began in London.

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


6. I have always found that it's helpful to have a few wise and trusted people to ---- you can turn for information and advice.

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


7. While starting your own business the first principle is to select people ---- you have trust and confidence.

A) on which
B) whose
C) in whom
D) where
E) of which


8. Jack London, ---- works deal romantically with the overwhelming power of nature and the struggle for survival, was a prolific American novelist and short story writer.

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


9. Parents can learn to create an environment ---- their child can grow and thrive in a more resourceful and less stressful manner.

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


10. Many foods ---- we consume today are all military creations and were first designed for soldiers.

A) that
B) of which
C) where
D) when
E) at which

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