Use the correct relative pronoun:  where / when/ which / whose / who

  1. This is the neighborhood where I live.
  2. The girl who is standing near the door is Sarah. 
  3. The dog which is barking belongs to Mike.
  4. We are visiting Australia where my brother lives. 
  5. The man who is sitting on the couch is very rich. 
  6. I like the painting which is on the wall. 
  7. I didn’t know the child who brought the book. 
  8. They called the lawyer whose office they visited last week. 
  9. He’ll show you something which will surprise you. 
  10. This is the school where I learned when I was young. 
  11. The key which is on the table is not mine. 
  12. Let’s go to a restaurant where we can eat some good meat. 
  13. She worked for a man who used to be an athlete.
  14. We broke the computer which belonged to my father. 
  15. This is the man whose money I borrowed last month. 
  16. There isn’t a day when I don’t feel rushed off my feet.
  17. She’s the only person who really understands me.
  18. This is the place where we met.
  19. I remember the day when you joined the army. 
  20. I met a Japanese tourist who lives north of Tokyo. 
  21. I met a friend last week whose husband is the CEO of a big company. 
  22. David bought a new camera which was made in Japan
  23. The film is about a man whose daughter was lost. 
  24. Here is the new cellphone which I got for my birthday.
  25. This is the man who married my sister.
  26. This is the old lady whose house is next to ours.
  27. I think that 2003 was the year when my parents met.