In this exercise you'll have to complete the text using relative pronouns which, that, who, what or nothing (-) if you can leave out relative pronouns. Please note: don't use anything if this is possible.

Type your answer, then press "Check".

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Relative clauses

We often join sentences by putting who, which or that. We use who for people and which for things. We often use that instead of which.

We normally use that, not which after ALL, EVERYTHING, NOTHING, THE ONLY and SUPERLATIVE.

We can leave out object pronouns who(m), which, that.

We can use what to mean THE THING(S) THAT or THE STUFF THAT. What is like a noun + relative pronoun together.

If the relative pronoun can be left out then omit it and use the dash "-" to show that it is not needed.