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Hello dear users, I hope you are doing great. I couldn't correct this first example of the exercise to continue the rest. I hope I can get help with this example.

Join the following sets of sentences using relative pronouns, and punctuate correctly.

I met him in the building. He was working there. I was going to pay for my car insurance then.
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Can you give it a try, please?


If you really can't, can you just try to join the first two sentences?

ie I met him in the building. He was working there.

Clive

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Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?

Yes, I tried to join the first sentence.


I met him in the building that he was working in.

But I’m not sure about the last one


Which I was going to pay my car insurance?

I met him in the building. He was working there. I was going to pay for my car insurance then.

Maybe this will help.

I met him in the building.
He was working in the building.
I was going to pay my car insurance in the building.

Where I was going to pay my car insurance.
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.

When I was going to pay for my car insurance, I met him in the building where he was working. (The first clause is adverbial.)

I met him in the building where he was working and where I was going to pay for my car insurance.

I met him in the building in which he was working and where I was going to pay for my car insurance.

How about « I met him in the building when he was working there. « ?