Exercise 1. Choose the suitable italicised words to complete the following sentences.
1. To who/whom it may concern.
-> To whom it may concern.
2. It was a service for which/that I was grateful.
-> It was a service for which I was grateful.
3. The success of a shared holiday depends on who/whom you share it with.
-> The success of a shared holiday depends on whom you share it with.
4. Do you like the person who/whom sits next to you?
-> Do you like the person who sits next to you?
5. Midway through the second half, Manchester United scored their third goal, at that which point Leeds United save up completely.
-> Midway through the second half. Manchester United scored their third goal, at that point Leeds United gave up completely.
6. There is one person to whom/who I owe more than I can say.
-> There is one person to whom 1 own more than I can say.
7. It was the kind of accident for which/that nobody was really to blame.
-> It was the kind of accident for which nobody was really to blame.
Exercise 2. Combine the following sentences, using preposition + whom or which.
1. The man was very kind. I talked to him yesterday.
-> The man to whom I talked yesterday was very kind.
2. The man works in the hospital. I told you about him.
-> The man about whom I told you works in the hospital.
3. The woman teaches me English. I am telling you about her.
-> The woman about whom I am telling you teaches me English.
4. The movie is fantastic. They are talking about it.
-> The movie about which they are talking is fantastic.
5. The picture was beautiful. She was looking at it.
-> The picture at which she was looking was beautiful.
6. I'll give you the address. You should write to it.
-> I'll give you the address to which you should write.
Exercise 3. Complete the following sentences, using who, whom, which or that
1. Jack is the one whom/ that I miss most.
2. It was a kind of computer with which I was not familiar.
3. Do you get on with the person who lives next door?
4. I must thank the man from whom I got the present.
5. It is an event which/ that I would rather not forget.
6. The meeting to which I went was interesting.
7. The person who did it was never caught.
8. That's the woman to whom Jim used to be married.