Relative Pronouns Worksheet | NCERT Class 5 Marigold Unit 3 Solutions

The words who, which, that, whose, whom and where are relative pronouns. They connect clauses like conjunctions.

You may want to learn about relative pronouns before doing this exercise. You may also visit the study page about identifying and non-identifying relative clauses.

Relative pronouns worksheet for class 5

1. Fill in the blanks using one of the words given in brackets.

(i) Where is the child ………………………….. parents have come to school? (who / whose / which)

(ii) I saw many houses …………………………. were quite spacious. (which / whose / who)

(iii) Mathematics, ……………………….. is my favourite subject, is so interesting. (who / which / that)

(iv) The poem ………………………… you read out is so lovely. (whose / which / that)

(v) I know the street ……………………….. he lives on. (whose / that / which)

(vi) I like reading books ……………………….. have pictures in it. (that / who / which)

(vii) The old lady ……………………….. I met in your house is my neighbour. (whom / that / which)

Answers

(i) Where is the child whose parents have come to school?

(ii) I saw many houses which were quite spacious.

(iii) Mathematics, which is my favourite subject, is so interesting. (The relative pronoun ‘that’ is not used after proper nouns.)

(iv) The poem which / that you read out is so lovely.

(v) I know the street that he lives on. (You can also write: I know the street where lives. / I know the street on which he lives.)

(vi) I like reading books which / that have pictures in it. (The relative pronouns that and which can both be used to refer to things.)

(vii) The old lady whom I met in your house is my neighbour.

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