Greek1001_Part_30 - Worksheet on Relative Pronouns and...

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90 Worksheet on Relative Pronouns and Clauses In the following English sentences, underline the relative clause, circle the relative pronoun, and place a box around its antecedent (when one is expressed). 1. The poet who wrote the book is good. 2. The poet whose book we sent to the publisher is good. 3. The poet to whom we dedicated the book is good. 4. The poet whom we educated is good. 5. The girl who helped the children will get the reward. 6. Who(ever) helped the children will get the reward. 7. Who steals my purse steals trash. 8. Many people dislike what they don’t understand. 9. Whoever wins will be praised. Rewrite these sentences to include a relative clause. 1. I love hot coffee. 2. A biting dog is a nuisance. 3. The big book is a bad thing. 4. A small book is a better thing. In the following Greek sentences, the relative pronoun has been omitted, and its antecedent has been underlined. Give the number, gender, and case for each underlined noun; supply the missing relative pronoun; and identify it by number, gender, and case. Then translate the sentence.
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