Adjective Clause- a dependent clause that describes a noun or pronoun.
Adverb Clause- a dependent clause that describes a verb, adjective, or an adverb.
Noun Clause- a dependent clause that is used as a noun. Usually...
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Adjectives and adverbs are both describing words therefore confusing for some people. While one describes a noun the other describes a verb. Do you believe you can differentiate them? The quiz below shows both adjective and...
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An ADJECTIVE (ADJ) is a word that describes a noun.EX: tall, soft, clean, tiredAn ADVERB (ADV) is a word that tells when, where or how.EX: tomorrow, upstairs, loudlyStudy the definitions and examples. Then use them to help you decide whether the words that are all caps are ADJ or ADV.Her OLD boots were caked with mud.
Students will identify adverb and adjective clauses, as well as the subordinate conjunctions and relative pronouns used.
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