Learn about using defining relative clauses.

Practice: defining relative clauses with/without the relative pronoun

Loook at the examples below. Choose all the correct words to complete the defining relative clauses - there is often more than one possible answer! Correct answers will show in green.

  1. The students ... went out last night are really tired today.
  2. I live in a house ... has six bedrooms.
  3. I'm reading a book ... I don't understand.
  4. That's the dog ... bit me.
  5. I gave the money ... I found to the police.
  6. The chair ... I sat on was broken.
  7. The man ... you met yesterday is very rich.
  8. I shouted at the children ... were playing in the garden.
  9. I laughed at the joke ... he told me.
  10. I didn't understand the grammar ... we studied yesterday.