Now that you know what adjective and adjective clauses are, here is a resource to help you practice using and identifying them!
Combine the Following Sentences
Combine the following sentences into one using an adjective clause.
- Students do well on tests if they are prepared beforehand. Some students are anxious.
- A research paper on environmental problems received an award. I wrote the paper.
- My driveway is in front of my house. I park four cars there.
- The Industrial Revolution changed the way people make things. It began in England.
- Recently, a large airplane had a serious accident. It was carrying too many passengers.
- British Petroleum received criticism because of the oil spill in the Gulf. It is known as BP.
- The dress was long, black, and beautiful. Mary wore it.
- On my vacation, I met a boy. My father disliked him.
- Jacob is a student in my biology class. His father is the ambassador from Kenya. The class meets twice a week.
Complete the Following Sentence
Complete the following sentences with an adjective clause.
- I’ll never forget the time when ______________________________________________
- I gave up my seat on the bus to a woman whose ________________________________
- The person whom __________________________________________ suddenly fainted.
- Everyone criticized my opinion, which _______________________________________
- Often, people who ____________________________________ end up being successful.
- Many people find Maryland, where ___________________________________, exciting.
Hailey | 2019
This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit “http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/. Back to Grammar Resources