Relative pronouns/Contact Clauses

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contact clauses (without relative pronouns)

Wenn der Relativsatz bereits ein Subjekt hat, kann man das Relativpronomen auch weglassen. (angezeigt durch:Ø)

Move the words into the gaps:

1. The chemistry lesson which is in the science room lasts 45 minutes.

2. A teacher Ø I'd never seen before told me off for running in the hall.

3. The teacher who told me to stop talking was very strict.

4. A timetable is a list where you can see your lessons.

5. The timetable Ø the teacher gave us was different from the old one.

6. The rules Ø the players used in the game were new to me.

Put in who or which. If it's not necessary, put in the relative pronoun like that - for example-who-.

1. Some years ago the harbor was an area -which-() most visitors didn't want to see.

2. Today it is a part of London -which-() every tourist should see.

3. On a hop-on- hop-off bus you can listen to guides who() explain the sights.

4. Some of the places there have a history which() goes back 2000 years.

5. But Docklands is not only for tourists who() would like to see modern London.

6. It's now a business centre which() is the work place for many thousands of office workers.