Use the information in the first sentence to complete the second sentence. Use all of/most of etc. or the…of + whom/which. Don't forget about full stops.
1. All of Mary’s brothers are married. Mary has three brothers,
2. Mike gave half of the 50 000$ he won to his parents. Mike won 50 000$,
3. The sides of the road we drove along were lined with trees. We drove along the road,