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Please! I've made all the sentences below with the respective answers.Could you just tell me if you see any mistakes?

A) - I told you to speak up these tongue twisters.
- You're saying you learn by heart easily.

B)
1. The man can’t walk. His wheelchair is electric.
The man whose wheelchair is electric can’t walk.
2. Layla is too fat. Layla will reduce her stomach
Layla, who will reduce her stomach, is too fat.

3. The postman delivered the letter yesterday. He wrote the letter.

He wrote the letter the postman delivered yesterday.

4. The woman is at the consulate. The woman is trying to renew her passport.

The woman who is trying to renew her passport is at the consulate.

5. The person is Ian. The person drives Sandy, Susan and Ben to the airport to pick up Tom and Rita.

The person who drives Sandy, Susan and Ben to the airport to pick up Tom and Rita.

6. The young man works half-time. The city government hired the young man to work as a tour guide.

The young man the city government hired to work as a tour guide works half-time.

7. They don’t like boxing. Boxing is too violent.

They don’t like boxing, which is too violent.

8. The IC is new. I got the IC last week. (IC = Identification card)

The IC I got last week is new.

9. The football game is one of the most-watched event on U.S. television. I watched the football game yesterday.

The football game I watched yesterday is one of the most-watched event on U.S. television.

10. That young lady is Marisa. Marisa has just bought film for the camera.

That young lady who has just bought film for the camera is Marisa.

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Anonymous
Please! I've made all the sentences below with the respective answers.Could you just tell me if you see any mistakes?

A) - I told you to speak up these tongue twisters.
- You're saying you can/could learn by heart easily.

B)
1. The man can’t walk. His wheelchair is electric.
The man whose wheelchair is electric can’t walk. defining relative clause
2. Layla is too fat. Layla will reduce her stomach
Layla, who will reduce her stomach, is too fat. non-defining relative clause

3. The postman delivered the letter yesterday. He wrote the letter.

He had written the letter which the postman delivered yesterday. defining relative clause

4. The woman is at the consulate. The woman is trying to renew her passport.

The woman, who is trying to renew her passport, is at the consulate. non-defining relative clause

5. The person is Ian. The person drives Sandy, Susan and Ben to the airport is to pick up Tom and Rita.

Ian , who drives Sandy, Susan and Ben to the airport, is to pick up Tom and Rita. non-defining relative clause

6. The young man works half-time. The city government hired the young man to work as a tour guide.

The young man, which/whom/that the city government hired to work as a tour guide, works half-time. non-defining relative clause

7. They don’t like boxing. Boxing is too violent.

They don’t like boxing, which is too violent. non-defining relative clause

8. The IC is new. I got the IC last week. (IC = Identification card)

The IC I got last week is new. defining relative clause

9. The football game is one of the most-watched event on U.S. television. I watched the football game yesterday.

The football game I watched yesterday is one of the most-watched events on the U.S. television. defining relative clause

10. That young lady is Marisa. Marisa has just bought film for the camera.

The young lady who has just bought film for the camera is Marisa. defining relative clause

Thanks,
Clarisse

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Comments  
Hello Anonymous,
I'm afraid I can't be sure about A, may be a native speaker could answere that.
Your relative clauses are fine, except No 5 where you have forgotter Ian.
"Ian is the person who....."
Then in No 9 you need "events" not event.

Bye

Effie
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Thank you, Effie!

Best wishes,
Clarisse
Hello Fandorim

Thank you very much!

Best wishes,
Clarisse
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