Relative Pronouns Exercises

Pronouns can be considered as one of the most introductory topics of English Grammar. The pronoun can be considered an umbrella term as it includes various types of pronouns. Once the children have a basic idea about what pronouns are, and when they are used, teachers/parents can teach them about the different types of pronouns.

Relative pronouns are one of the most important types of pronouns. Since most students don’t have an idea about what relative pronouns are or when they can be used, BYJU’S has made useful exercises on relative pronouns. By practising these given exercises, students will have a clear idea about relative pronouns.

Relative Pronouns Exercises with Answers

How would you make sure that the options you have chosen or the answers you’ve written are correct? Don’t know, right? Well, with BYJU’S relative pronouns exercises with answers, you can now easily check your answers. Try to solve the exercises given below, and check your answers. Given answers help students to gain confidence in solving the exercises as they can identify how many they’ve attempted correctly.

Fill in the Blanks

Read the given sentences and use the right relative pronouns.

  1. We always like people __ speak the truth.
  2. Can you tell ___ pen this is?
  3. This is Natasha ___ I was praising.
  4. The boy ___ I met in Delhi stays near our house.
  5. This is the house in ___ John Keats lived.
  6. These are the saplings ___mother and I planted together.
  7. The teacher punished the students ___ were shouting.
  8. I don’t think there’s anyone ___ doesn’t like chocolates.
  9. Are these the people about ___ you were talking?
  10. The car ___ my uncle brought is quite expensive.
  11. Do you know the time ___ the train is leaving?
  12. There was a time _____ Rahul was a poor man. Now he is rich.
  13. This is the company ___ I work.
  14. A teacher __ helps all children is considered good.
  15. I understand __ you mean.

Answers –

  1. Who
  2. Whose
  3. Whom/Who
  4. Whom/Who
  5. Which
  6. Which
  7. Who
  8. Who
  9. Whom/Who
  10. Which
  11. When
  12. When
  13. Where
  14. Who
  15. What

Identify the Relative Pronoun

Read the following sentences and underline the relative pronouns.

  1. The movie that I saw yesterday was very interesting.
  2. My sister, whom I admire, is leaving for Harvard University
  3. The boy who got injured came back to attend classes.
  4. The lady whose cat died was very sad.
  5. Raj has a problem with people who are too extroverted.
  6. We saw the pastor in the market whom we spoke to earlier.
  7. I have a favourite cafe which serves the best cold coffee.
  8. I know a person who has never come out of his room.
  9. Can you show me the road which leads to the bus stand?
  10. The song, which was sung by Lata Mangeshkar, is still my favourite song.
  11. I saw a girl who was singing beautifully.

Answers –

  1. The movie that I saw yesterday was very interesting.
  2. My sister, whom I admire, is leaving for Harvard University
  3. The boy who got injured came back to attend classes.
  4. The lady whose cat died was very sad.
  5. Raj has a problem with people who are too extroverted.
  6. We saw the pastor in the market whom we spoke to earlier.
  7. I have a favourite cafe which serves the best cold coffee.
  8. I know a person who has never come out of his room.
  9. Can you show me the road which leads to the bus stand?
  10. The song, which was sung by Lata Mangeshkar, is still my favourite song.
  11. I saw a girl who was singing beautifully.

The following exercises will solve your worry about How to Learn English. You can easily solve these exercises and check your answers from the given solutions.

Frequently Asked Questions on Relative Pronouns Exercises

What are relative pronouns?

Relative pronouns are pronouns that refer/relate to some noun going before, i.e., the antecedent. For example, “Hari is a boy who is intelligent.”

Which are relative pronouns?

That, which, who, whom, whose are some examples of relative pronouns.

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