Defining and Non-Defining Relative Clauses
Join the sentences below to make one sentence using a relative pronoun when necessary.
There's the boy. He broke the window. E.g. There is the boy who the window.
1- The film star gave a party. It cost $10,000.
2- That's the palace. The Queen lives in it.
3- Samantha is coming to the party. She is wearing a red dress.
4- You met a man at the party. He is a famous film star.
5- My friend went on holiday to Greece. He's at university.
6- The school was built in 1907. The school has about 800 students.
7- That's the dictionary. Bill gave it to me for Christmas.
8- Claire is a good writer. I don't like her very much.
9- My car was very expensive. It's a Mercedes.
10- You're reading a book. I wanted to read it.
11- The Red Lion is a pub. We met in it for a drink.
12- There's someone at the door. He wants to speak to George.
13- Here are the letters. They arrived this morning.
14- I met Mr Da Silva. He is President of Brazil.
15- It's very spicy food. I love it.
16- That's the house. I was born in it.