? asked in 社會及文化語言 · 1 decade ago


Join each of the following pairs of sentences together using 'who','whom','whose' which or that Begin each sentence with the words in italics

1.we got into a train. It was very crosded.

2.the beggar was blind. He saw the beggar.

3.We mat the sailor. The sailor's ship was wrecked.

4.the cat killed the rat. The rat ate the corm.

5.This is the path. He came by this path.

6.Helen is an intelligent girl. Helen is my schoolmate.

7.The work us easy You have to do the work.

8.Bring me the book. The book is on the table.

9.The man is deaf. You spoke to the man.

10.This bird sings sweetly.Its nest is on the top of the tree.

11.The picture is very beautiful.He drew the picture.

12.My aunt lives in a small village. Iove my aunt.

13.Here comes the girl. The girl can cook very well.

14.Mr.Smith has a boy. His name is John.

15.This is the dog. The dog can run very fast.

16.My old friend is working on a book shop. I met my old friend.

17.This the pen. You gave me the pen.

18.I'm looking for the book. The book has many pictures.

19.Bees are insects. Bees make honey.

20.This is Mary Smith. Her mother teaches me.


21.Do you know the road? The road leads to Yau Kung School

22.The naughty boy is playing. The teacher wants to see the naughty boy.

23.The man is honest. The man is trusted.

24.We all live in Hong Kong. Hong Kong is a beautiful city.

Update 2:

25.Do not touch me. I am very ill.

26.Where is thief? The thief syole my chickens.

27.Have you see the house? My parents live in the house.

28.Have you caught the murderer? My wife was killed by him.

Update 3:

29.Are you going to the school? Youare studying in the school.

30.Where is the shopkeeper? I gave my money to the shopkeeper.

2 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    1)We got into a train which was very crowded.

    2)The beggar whom he saw was blind.

    3)We mat the sailor whose ship was wrecked.

    4)The cat killed the rat which ate the corn.

    5)This is the path which he came by.

    6)Helen,who is my schoolmate,is an intelligent girl.

    7)The work which you have to do is easy.

    8)Bring me the book which is on the table.

    9)The man whom you spoke to is deaf.

    10)This bird whose nest is on the top of the tree sings sweetly.

    11)The picture which he drew is very beautiful.

    12)My aunt whom I love lives in a small village.

    13)Here comes the girl who can cook very well.

    14)Mr.Smith has a boy whose name is John.

    15)This is the dog which can run very fast.

    16)My old friend whom I met is working on a book shop.

    17)This the pen which You gave me.

    18)I'm looking for the book which has many pictures.

    19)Bees ,which make honey,are insects.

    20)This is Mary Smith,whose mother teaches me.

  • 1 decade ago

    "Who" is a Subject Pronoun

    "Who" is a subject pronoun like "he," "she" and "we" in the examples above.

    We use "who" to ask which person does an action or which person is a certain way.

    "Whom" is an Object Pronoun

    "Whom" is an object pronoun like "him," "her" and "us." We use "whom" to ask which person receives an action.

    "Whose" is a Possessive Pronoun

    "Whose" is a possessive pronoun like "他的....," "她的...." and "我們的..." We

    use "whose"to find out which person something belongs to.

    e.g 1) we got into a train (who/whom/whose) was very crosded.


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