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Understanding And Identifying Clauses

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Objective: To identify the correct placement and subordination of clauses in sentences. To review the parts of speech. To review the parts of a sentence.

  
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1.  Read the following questions below. Select T if the answer is true or select F if the answer is false.A clause is a group of words that contain a subject and a predicate. The types of clauses are main (independent) and subordinate (dependent) clauses
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2.  The three types of subordinate ( dependent) clauses are adjective, adverb, and prepositional clauses.
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3.  An adjective clause functions as an adjective and modifies a noun or pronoun. Adjective clauses are introduced by relative pronouns or subordinating conjunctions.
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4.  An adjective clause can come at the beginning of a verb.
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5.  Noun clauses are clauses that functions as nouns. They can be found anywhere a noun can be founded in a sentence.
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6.  Relative pronouns or subordination conjunctions can introduce noun clauses.
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7.  An adverb clause is a clause that functions as an adverb. Subordination conjunctions are used to introduce adverb clauses.
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8.  Clauses and phrases are the same because they both have subjects and predicates.
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9.  Read the following sentences below. Identify the type of clause in each sentence by selecting the correct answer.The family whose house had burned down moved in with us.
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10.  Because Janet could not sleep, she took a sleeping pill.
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11.  He remembered that the concert was next week.
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12.  Whoever win tomorrow's game wil advance to the final round.
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13.  Harriet Tubman was a woman who committed her life to fighting slavery.
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14.  The car, which was red, belonged to Mr. Williams.
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15.  Are you the girl that took my toy?
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16.  Clinton, who is fifiteen years old, likes to play Wii games.
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17.  My brother, who now teaches math at a small college, never liked math in high school.
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18.  I call on my teacher if I need help.
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19.  Whenever we go to the movies, the theater manager makes us turn off our cell phones.
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20.  Read the following questions below. Type the word that each clause is modifying in each sentence.It began to rain just as the girl left for school that day.
21.  I drove by the house where my aunts live.
22.  After the fruit harvest, we ate good!
23.  I ran as if my life depended on it.
24.  I will scream if you touch me with that frog.
25.  Because of the school policy, the students were suspended for violating dress code.
26.  The students have to stay in class until the bell rings.
27.  Read each sentence below. Combine the two sentences making one of the sentences an adjective clause. The two girls were discussing a movie. Both of them had seen it.
28.  Although she was angry with her friend, she brought her a present anyway.
29.  Read each sentence below. Each sentence contains a noun clause. Identify how the noun clause is functioning in each sentence.You know that you're the best player on the team.
30.  Why can't we just select whoever is qualified  to be the class president?
31.  We bought our new car last summer. We tried out several different makes.
32.  The issue is how long should we wait for our scores.
33.  We feel that teamwork is important to the success of our company.
34.  Combine these sentences to make one sentence. Make one of the sentences an adjective clause.Joe suggested a compromise. All the members agreed to it.
35.  What she gives to the song is unbelievable.
36.  Read the sentences below. Combine the two sentences making one of them an adverb clause.We worked hard on our lawn. The results were very discouraging.
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