The relative adverbswhere, when and why can also start relative clauses, but they are not included in this quiz.
Relative Pronoun Quiz
Place the correct relative pronoun in the gap.Important: If that can be used as well as who, which or whom (this is the case for defining relative clauses), then put who/that, which/that or whom/that in the gap. If you don’t do this it will get marked as incorrect. e.g. John is a person who/that always arrives promptly.
I wish I knew someone
could help me with my English.
That is the woman
house is worth nearly 2 million pounds.
I saw a lady
I assumed was the manager of the shop.
Will you please come and take away
you left at my house.
I think has the best beaches in the UK, is always busy in summer.
Remind me again, this shirt is for
She is the one
made me feel uncomfortable.
I would prefer to take the one
has a population of around 9 million, is a very expensive city to live in.