Clauses Exercise: Adjective Clause, Adverb Clause, and Noun Clause

Clauses Exercise: Adjective Clause, Adverb Clause, and Noun Clause
Saifullah.id - State whether the subordinate clause used in the following sentences is an adjective clause, adverb clause, or noun clause.


1. My parents were happy because I won the first prize

  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
2. He came with a friend who waited outside in the car
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
3. Everybody admits that he is a brave man
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
4. Your statement that you lost the money cannot be believed
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
5. He could not answer any of the questions that I asked him
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
6. I know the girl who won the prize
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
7. We knew that he was guilty
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
8. This is the blank which was robbed yesterday
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
9. He gave me everything that I asked for
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
10. He didn't wait at the traffic lights which were red
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
11. This is the girl who talked to me yesterday
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
12. Before I die I want to see Venice
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
13. I know you have great regard for him
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
14. Although he is very rich, he is a miser
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
15. What he told me was a lie
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
16. My friend helped me when I was in danger
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
17. I know a boy whose father serves in the army
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
18. The jury believe that the man was guilty
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
19. I have lost the ticket which I bought
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause
20. We believe in democracy though it has its shortcomings
  • a. Adjective clause
  • b. Adverb clause
  • c. Noun clause

ANSWER
  1. My parents were happy because I won the first prize (Adverb clause)
  2. He came with a friend who waited outside in the car (Adjective clause)
  3. Everybody admits that he is a brave man (Noun clause)
  4. Your statement that you lost the money cannot be believed (Noun clause)
  5. He could not answer any of the questions that I asked him (Adjective clause)
  6. I know the girl who won the prize (Adjective clause)
  7. We knew that he was guilty (Noun clause)
  8. This is the blank which was robbed yesterday (Adjective clause)
  9. He gave me everything that I asked for (Adjective clause)
  10. He didn't wait at the traffic lights which were red (Adjective clause)
  11. This is the girl who talked to me yesterday (Adjective clause)
  12. Before I die I want to see Venice (Adverb clause)
  13. I know you have great regard for him (Noun clause)
  14. Although he is very rich, he is a miser (Adverb clause)
  15. What he told me was a lie (Noun clause)
  16. My friend helped me when I was in danger (Adverb clause)
  17. I know a boy whose father serves in the army (Adjective clause)
  18. The jury believe that the man was guilty (Noun clause)
  19. I have lost the ticket which I bought (Adjective clause)
  20. We believe in democracy though it has its shortcomings (Adverb clause)


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