Cours Les pronoms relatifs
Exercice

L'énoncé

Recopier les phrases au brouillon et pour chacune des phrases, choisir le bon pronom : "who", "whose", "which" ou "that".


Question 1

My brother, ... loves to play football.

My brother, who loves to play football.

L'antécédent est un être animé : "brother".

Question 2

I’m reading a book, ... I find very interesting.

I’m reading a book, that I find very interesting.

L'antécédent est inanimé.


La proposition relative est nécessaire à la compréhension de la phrase.

Question 3

I’m going shopping with a friend, ... name is Claire.

I’m going shopping with a friend, whose name is Claire.

Il s'agit d'une possession.

Question 4

I come from a small village, ... has a tiny but beautiful church.

I come from a small village, which has a tiny but beautiful church.

L'antécédent n'est pas un être humain.


La proposition relative n'est pas nécessaire à la compréhension.

Question 5

I met someone one the train, ... is studying to be a lawyer.

I met someone one the train, who is studying to be a lawyer.

L'antécédent est un être humain.

Question 6

You should not follow men, ... offer you candy.

You should not follow men, who offer you candy.

L'antécédent est un être humain.

Question 7

My mother has a good friend, ... husband sells cars.

My mother has a good friend, whose husband sells cars.

Il s'agit d'une possession.