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Join the sentences using "whom","who","which","that","whose".(use each word once) 1. The lady is in the hospital. She drove into two stationary cars and knocked down a lamp post. 2. She completed the run. It took her over seven kilometres of terrain. 3. I have forgotten the name of the boy. I borrowed his calculator 4. Marie is a good neighbor. All the children like her. 5. This envelope contains a cheque. I am holding it.

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what are your thoughts on this?
i dont know....
i think the answers follow this order: who, that,whose,whom, which

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hope this helps
i dont know....
if you still dont understand try running a search online.
yeah but that works only if you knew exactly what to type. Otherwise I would get frustrated.
just try finding out how to use who versus whom and when to use that versus which and when to use whose

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