Solutions for: App 413 / Relative Pronouns (1)

Let's practise relative pronouns together!
Relative pronouns are used to either join two sentences together or to relate them to each other. For example: The famous singer who performs tonight is my sister. OR Who is your sister? Here the "who" relates to the noun in the previous sentence. The relative pronouns are:
Who - used for people (subject)
Whom - used for people (object)
Which - used for objects
Whose - used to show possession
Where - refers to places
When - refers to time
Why - refers to a reason
What - refers to things
That - refers to people, animals and things
______ is your school?

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Where
__________ coat is this one?

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Whose
__________ bag is yours? The red one or the stripy one?

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Which
We meet at mine ______ the weather is nice.

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when
Oh no, I got soaking wet on the way to school! - This is the reason ______ I always take my umbrella!

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why
Do you want to meet ______ we ate ice-cream last time?

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where
To ______ are you speaking on the phone?

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whom
This is the question ______ I would ask him.

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that
This is James __________ sister I know from primary school.

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whose
______ can you tell me about your holiday in Spain?

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What
I found your street, but __________ is your house?

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where
______ is the quickest way to the train station, please?

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What
______ is your favourite football player?

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Who
This is the dress ______ I chose for the dance tomorrow.

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which