Mr. Longdale works in our factory . His son won the racing car competition. (Relative pronoun)/Mr. Longdale , whose son won the racing car competition works in our factory.
I wanted to talk to you yesterday. I didn´t ring you up./I wish I had rung you up yesterdayDebbie likes reading. But she likes swimming better.
She prefers swimming to reading./He parked his car. The music festival ended./By the time he parked his car., the music festival had ended/Helen’s so sad. I would like to know what was wrong.
If onlyI had known what was wrongIt’s raining a lot. I haven’t brought my umbrella / I wish I had brought my umbrell Mr. Osmond had an accident in town. His car is a blue 1989 Jaguar. (USE A RELATIVE)/Mr. Osmond , whose His car is a blue 1989 Jaguar , had an accident in town
Mr. Osmond I think I know the detective. He asked me some questions about the two suspicious men (USE A RELATIVE)I think I know the detective who He asked me some questions about the two suspicious men
he turned on the radio. She wanted them to listen her favourite song/She turned on the radio so that they could listen her favorite song
John said some things about me. They were not true.(Use a relative)/John said some things about me which were not true