Some sentences below contain relative clauses; some do not. If you believe that a sentence contains a relative clause,
(A) Click on the first word of the relative clause.
(B) Then click on the last word of the relative clause.
If you believe that the sentence does not contain a relative clause, click on the * symbol at the end of the sentence. You will see feedback to your responses.
2. The student is looking for digital camera form which has simple point-and-shoot features. *
3. She was disappointed with the low-resoultion camera her brother bought. *
4. The class was discussing which company currently produces the digital camera for the average consumer. *
5. Who knows a photographer who uses an expensive high-quality and digital camera. *
6. It is obvious to most professionals that the quality of an image is improved depending on the number of megapixels the camera has. *
7. I would like to work in a photography studio in which creativity and flexiblity are encouraged. *
8. The police were meeting the student whose camera was stolen from a dormitory. *
9. The company was trying to decide which digital camera they should buy this year. *
10. Small images that students take using inexpensive digital cameras are ideal for web pages or as email attachments. *