Fill in the blanks using one of the words given in brackets CBSE ENGLISH CLASS 5

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Fill in the blanks using one of the words given in brackets. (CBSE ENGLISH CLASS 5)

(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)


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I) whose
II) which
III) which
IV) that
V) which 
VI) that
VII) that
                                                                                                                                   
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1)whose
2)which
3)that
4)which
5)that
6)which
7)whom                                                                                                                  

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