Choose the most appropriate pronoun. Use that only if necessary.
  1. John, is my younger brother, went to do the shopping.
  2. His work, is very difficult, exhausted him.
  3. Tom, mother is French, speaks that language very well.
  4. Mr. Smith, I was talking to, is a carpenter.
  5. Your problem, I have thought about a lot, is a difficult one.
  6. Our friends, advice we sought, were very helpful.
  7. It was there that he met Mary is now his wife.
  8. The treaty, was signed yesterday, is an excellent one.
  9. His father, works very hard, has just bought this house.
  10. Yesterday I met Harry, works nearby.