Antecedent, Relative Pronoun and Adjective Clause

Ask him whether or not he knows the man who is teaching in the other room.

The students whom you taught two years ago are here to see you.

I would like to see the man whose child you were teaching.

I asked him if I could take the books which were on his desk.

May I borrow the book which you were reading last night?

The man whose car is in the yard is here to repair the chairs whose legs are broken, isn’t he?

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