Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers.

Pick WHO, WHOM, WHOEVER, THAT, or WHICH for the gaps to fit the contexts best.

1. He owes his life to the nurse took care of him.
2. The doctor we called does not make house calls.
3. The judge presided in this case was very fair.
4. Some workers were on strike found other jobs.
5. Our new prosecutor is a woman the underworld fears.
6. The crows nest in this tree wake us up early.
7. The girl for the party was given couldn't come.
8. Kenzo will give his ticket to can use it.
9. It was the Quinns I think reported the fire.
10. How many Americans know is President of Mexico?
11. I met an old friend I had not seen in years.
12. People are honest themselves usually trust others.
13. The mayor our town elected is very capable.
14. buys this car will soon be sorry.
15. Competent judges will decide wins the awards.
16. The actress played the old lady is only thirty.
17. The professor teaches this course is a novelist.
18. They want a dog has already been housebroken.
19. The boy I supposed was Carl gave me an icy look.
20. The prince wondered the glass slipper would fit.
21. It is natural for us to imitate people we admire.
22. The waiter took our orders got things mixed up.
23. The success of the meeting will depend upon serves as chairperson.
24. It is the children I suppose will be most disappointed.
25. I was grateful to the lifeguard had rescued me.
26. There wasn't a single speaker we could hear well.
27. It was Elza I believe first suggested this plan.
28. Some scholars have their doubts about wrote Shakespeare's plays.
29. It is a program that provides a sounding board of interest to all are concerned about U.S. foreign policy and its implications.
30. It was the Quinns I think reported the fire.
31. It was a concern brought just employment enough. (Jane Austen, Emma, chapter 2)
32. It is the children I suppose will be most disappointed.
33. The staff is paid in a timely and appropriate manner along with vendors and suppliers, are also paid within established time limits.
34. I'm looking at the photograph you sent me with your letter.
35. It was Elza I believe first suggested this plan.
36. However, she soon made out that she was in the pool of tears she had wept when she was nine feet high. (Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, chapter 2)
37. The company invented the microchip we use invited us to a demonstration.
38. The company invented the microchip invited us to a demonstration.
39. Widgets Incorporated, invented the microchip we use, has officially declared bankruptcy.
40. The man lost his hat yesterday found it this morning.
41. He lived in chambers had once belonged to his deceased partner. (Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol, Stave 1)
42. The storage building once stood on the corner has collapsed.
43. The building used to be on the corner has been torn down.
44. The Olsen building, stood on the corner of 12th and Vine Streets, has been torn down.
45. It must have been he you saw in the car.
46. I think I can see a little into the springs and motives being cunningly presented to me under various disguises (Herman Melville, Moby Dick, chapter 1)
47. 's Alive and 's Dead: a reference site to help you find out famous people are alive and are dead.
48. It could have been she witnessed the incident.
49. ... and Mrs. Heathcliff leaning over the fire, diverting herself with burning a bundle of matches had fallen from the chimney-piece as she restored the tea-canister to its place (Emily Bronte, Wuthering Heights, chapter 2)
50. It was not until I had graduated from college I made a professional commitment to it.
51. It has been she has helped me along.
52. The fact he has not said anything surprised everybody.
53. The problem is, the Jews think Christians to be blasphemers and idolatrous, thus it is we they shall deal with!
54. He came to see me off, was very kind of him.
55. It is you we want to hear.
56. Mr Smith, I met yesterday, asked you to call him ASAP.
57. does not miss the Soviet Union has no heart. wants it back has no brain. (Vladimir Putin)
58. It is you is responsible for this.
59. A letter is written in pencil is difficult to read.
60. After all, in this dance it is the pen leads while the hand merely follows.
61. We have received a letter, contains some facts on the case.
62. I think it is the pen I used for the track-listing on the back of the album.
63. The e-mail I received from him yesterday is very important.
64. It is the town gives me energy with it's atmosphere, history, culture, and people.
65. I have found the book I was looking for.
66. I have not found the book I have been looking for.
67. It is the town the 72-year-old Kansas Senator left so long ago that many of his friends and family have died.
68. I saw the house in Leo Tolstoi lived.
69. I am sure it will be the boy I thought I was going to have to carry on the family name.
70. Lord, will it be I betrays you?
71. That happened in the year everyone would remember.
72. The kids live in that house are my son's friends.
73. Or will it be they have let us down?
74. Do you make it grow or is it we make it grow?
75. "This Is the House Jack Built" is a popular British nursery rhyme and cumulative tale.
76. Was it the man told you, or the man told him, or someone still further removed?
77. Instead was it the man I had a hard time getting from.
78. Buda-Pesth seems a wonderful place, from the glimpse I got of it from the train and the little I could walk through the streets. (Bram Stoker, Dracula, chapter 1)