Read the information and complete the sentences. Use a relative clause. Sometimes the clause tells us which thing or person (Type 1); sometimes it only gives us extra information (Type 2). Use commas where necessary.
I was looking for a book this morning. I’ve found the book ***. (which)
which i was looking for
There’s a woman living next door. She’s a doctor. The woman who lives next door is a doctor.
I’ve got a brother called Jim. He lives in London. He’s a doctor. My brother Jim, who lives in london, is a doctor.
There was a strike at the car factory. It lasted ten days. It is now over. The strike at the car factory, which lasted ten days, is now over.
I was looking for a book this morning. I’ve found the book which i was looking for. (which)
London was once the largest city in the world, but the population is now falling. The population of London, which was once the largest city in the world, is now falling.
A job was advertised. A lot of people applied for it. Few of them had the necessary qualifications. Few of the people who applied for the job had the necessary qualifications. (who)
Margaret has a son. She showed me a photograph of him. He’s a policeman. Margaret showed me a photograph of her son, who is a policeman.