|Recognizing All Subordinate Clause Uses
If you need a review of what they are, please return to the exercises on each of these uses of a subordinate/dependent clause before you do the following exercise.
|Exercise Directions: Write the subordinate/dependent clause
in the following sentences. Next to each one, write whether it is
an adjective clause, adverb clause or a noun clause. If an
adjective or adverb clause, tell what word in the independent clause is
modified by that clause. If a noun clause, write how it is used in
the sentence...that is, whether it is the subject, direct object, object
of preposition, indirect object or predicate noun.|
1. Ancient Egyptians designed houses that were meant to be cool.
2. The architect who is my brother designed my home.
3. Before a proper foundation is designed, a soil test is done.
4. People who like tiny dogs have a choice of about fifteen kinds.
5. Whoever likes Shetland Sheepdogs will be happy with their choice.
6. Many people go to Chicago because there is always plenty to do.
7. Whenever I see an airplane, I want to travel.
8. Another question may be what the major issues are.
9. The skyline was spectacular as the sun set.
10. One group is made up of dogs that are bred as bird dogs.