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Directions: Combine two sentences together to make one sentence.

Put the adjective clause after


the noun that it describes. You can use "who" or "that" to put the clauses together.
Example: The student is a very nice person. / She comes from Japan.
                The student who comes from Japan is a very nice person.
 
1. We sent a package to our relatives. They live in Iowa.
    We sent a package to our relatives who live in Iowa.                            
2. The woman works as a cashier. She sits next to me in class.
   The woman who sits next to me in class works as a cashier.                  
3. That's the book. Everyone is reading it.
   That's the book that everyone is reading.                                                 
4. We bought some trees. Our neighbor told us they were on sale.
   We bought some trees that our neighbor told us were on sale.                
5. The car has a bad engine. I bought it last month.
   The car that I bought last month has a bad engine.                                 
6. I lived in an apartment building. It had a very slow elevator.
   I lived in an apartment building that had a very slow elevator.              
7. You should see a doctor. He can help you with your back problems.
   You should see a doctor who can help you with your back problems.  
8. The tornado was extremely powerful. It hit Minnesota.
   The tornado that hit Minnesota was extremely powerful.                      
9. We saw the woman at the grocery store. She lives next door to us.
   We saw the woman who lives next door to us at the grocery store.      
10. My wife returned the pants. They were too big for me.
   My wife returned the pants that were too big for me.                     
11. The theft was committed last night. The police has caught the man.
The police has caught the man who committed the theft last night.
12. The French language is different from the Latin language. Latin was once spoken throughout
Europe.
The French language is different from the Latin language which was once spoken
throughout Europe.
13. You are looking upset. Can you tell me the reason?
Can you tell me the reason why you are looking upset.
14. He had several plans for making money quickly. All of them have failed
All the plans which he had for making money quickly have failed.
15. The landlord was proud of his strength. He despised the weakness of his tenants.
The landlord was proud of his strength who despised the weakness of his tenants.
16. This is the village. I was born here.
This is the village where I was born
17. You put the keys somewhere. Show me the place.
Show me the place where you put the keys
18. Paul was an old gentleman. He was my travelling companion.
 Paul who was my travelling companion was an old gentleman
19. A fox once met a crane. The fox had never seen a crane before.
A fox which had never seen a crane before once met a crane.

20. The shop keeper keeps his money in a wooden case. This is the wooden case.
This is the wooden case where the shopkeeper keeps his money.
21. An antecedent is a word. A pronoun refers to this word.
an antecedent is a word to wich a pronoun refers
22. The blue whale is considered the largest animal that has ever lived. It can grow to 100 feet
and 150 tons.
The blue whale, which can grow to 100 feet and 150 tons, is considered the largest animal
that has ever lived

23. The plane was met by a crowd of 300. Some of them had been waiting for more than 4 hours.
The plane was met by a crowd of 300 people, some of whom had been waiting for more
than four hours

24. In this paper, I will describe the basic process. Raw cotton becomes cotton thread by this
process.
In this paper, I will describe the basic process by which raw cotton becomes cotton thread

25. The researchers are doing case studies of people to determine the importance of
heredity in health and longevity. These people's families have a history of high blood pressure
and heart disease.
The researhers are doing case studies of people whose families have a history of high blood
pressure and heart disease to determine the importance of heredity in health and longevity

26. At the end of this month, scientists at the institute will conduct their AIDS research. The
results of this research will be published within 6 months.
At the end of this mornth, scientists at the institute will conclude their AIDS research, the
results of which will be published within six months

27. According to many education officials, 'math phobia' (that is, a fear of
mathematics) is a widespread problem. A solution to this problem must and can be found.
According to many education officials,”math phobia” ( that is, a fear of mathematics ) is
awidespread problem to which a solution can and must be found

28. The art museum hopes to hire a new administrator. Under this person's direction it will be
able to purchase significant pieces of art.
The art museum hopes to hire a new administrator under whose direction, it will be able to
purchase significant pieces of art

29. The giant anteater licks up ants for its dinner. Its tongue is longer than 30 centimeters (12
inches).
The giant anteater, whose tongue is longer than 30 centimeters (12 inches) licks up ants for
its dinner
30. The anteater's tongue is sticky. It can go in and out of its mouth 160 times a minute.
The anteaters tongue, which can go in and out of its mounth 160 time a minute, is sticky