Relative pronouns Exercises in Latvian language

Relative pronouns in the Latvian language are essential components that help create complex sentences by linking clauses and providing more information about a subject. These pronouns, such as "kas" (who, which, that), "kuru" (whom, which), and "kurš" (who, which), function similarly to their English counterparts, but with some unique differences in usage and form. Understanding how to correctly use these pronouns will significantly enhance your ability to communicate more precisely and effectively in Latvian. In this set of grammar exercises, you will delve into the various relative pronouns and their specific applications within sentences. Through practical examples and targeted practice, you will learn to distinguish between different pronouns based on context and grammatical case. Whether you're a beginner looking to solidify your foundational knowledge or an advanced learner aiming to refine your skills, these exercises are designed to help you master the use of relative pronouns in Latvian, making your language proficiency more nuanced and accurate.

Exercise 1

<p>1. Šī ir grāmata, *kuru* es lasīju pagājušajā nedēļā (relative pronoun for "which").</p> <p>2. Tā ir pilsēta, *kurā* es dzīvoju daudzus gadus (relative pronoun for "in which").</p> <p>3. Meitene, *kura* stāv pie durvīm, ir mana māsa (relative pronoun for "who").</p> <p>4. Tas ir suns, *kurš* vienmēr seko man (relative pronoun for "which/who" when referring to a dog).</p> <p>5. Cilvēks, *kurš* runā, ir mans skolotājs (relative pronoun for "who").</p> <p>6. Tas ir projekts, *kuram* mēs pievērsāmies pagājušajā mēnesī (relative pronoun for "to which").</p> <p>7. Māja, *kurā* mēs dzīvojam, ir ļoti veca (relative pronoun for "in which").</p> <p>8. Vai tu pazīsti vīrieti, *kurš* stāv pie galda? (relative pronoun for "who").</p> <p>9. Tā ir dziesma, *kuru* es klausos katru dienu (relative pronoun for "which").</p> <p>10. Tas ir ceļš, *kurš* ved uz jūru (relative pronoun for "which").</p>
 

Exercise 2

<p>1. Viņš ir cilvēks, *kurš* man palīdzēja atrast ceļu (relative pronoun for "who").</p> <p>2. Tas ir projekts, *ko* mēs šobrīd strādājam (relative pronoun for "which").</p> <p>3. Tā ir pilsēta, *kur* es pavadīju savu bērnību (relative pronoun for "where").</p> <p>4. Viņa ir sieviete, *kura* raksta grāmatas (relative pronoun for "who" in feminine form).</p> <p>5. Es zinu vietu, *kur* var dabūt labu kafiju (relative pronoun for "where").</p> <p>6. Tā ir grāmata, *ko* viņš man iedeva (relative pronoun for "which").</p> <p>7. Viņi ir draugi, *kuri* vienmēr atbalsta viens otru (relative pronoun for "who" in plural form).</p> <p>8. Tas ir laiks, *kad* mēs pirmoreiz tikāmies (relative pronoun for "when").</p> <p>9. Tā ir māja, *kurā* es dzīvoju (relative pronoun for "where" in locative form).</p> <p>10. Tas ir suns, *kuru* mēs adoptējām (relative pronoun for "which" in accusative form).</p>
 

Exercise 3

<p>1. Māja, *kura* ir pie ezera, ir ļoti skaista (relative pronoun for "which").</p> <p>2. Cilvēks, *kurš* stāv pie koka, ir mans draugs (relative pronoun for "who" in masculine form).</p> <p>3. Grāmata, *kuru* es lasīju vakar, bija ļoti interesanta (relative pronoun for "which" in accusative case).</p> <p>4. Meitene, *kura* dzied, ir mana māsa (relative pronoun for "who" in feminine form).</p> <p>5. Suns, *kurš* skrien pa pļavu, ir ļoti ātrs (relative pronoun for "who" in masculine form).</p> <p>6. Filma, *kuru* mēs skatījāmies, bija ļoti smieklīga (relative pronoun for "which" in accusative case).</p> <p>7. Cilvēki, *kuri* dzīvo šeit, ir ļoti draudzīgi (relative pronoun for "who" in plural form).</p> <p>8. Māja, *kurā* mēs dzīvojam, ir ļoti ērta (relative pronoun for "where" in locative case).</p> <p>9. Pilsēta, *kurā* es piedzimu, ir ļoti liela (relative pronoun for "where" in locative case).</p> <p>10. Draugi, *kuri* atnāca vakar, bija ļoti jautri (relative pronoun for "who" in plural form).</p>
 

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