Independent/Dependent Clauses Noun Clauses Adjective Clauses Adverb Clauses Mix

100

What is an independent clause?
A clause that can stand alone by itself

100

What part of speech do noun clauses take place of in a sentence?
Nouns

100

Is the adjective clause a dependent clause or independent clause?
Dependent clause

100

Are adverb clauses independent, dependent, or either?
Dependent

100

What is the clause that can not stand alone?
Dependent clause

200

What is a dependent clause?
A clause that can not stand alone. It usually needs a noun

200

Name a subordinator that can be used in a noun clause.
that, if, whether, how, what, when, where, which, who, whom, whose, why, however, whatever, whenever, wherever, whichever, whoever, or whomever

200

What is the function of adjective clauses in sentences?
They modify nouns or pronouns.

200

Name two of the three things an adverb clause can modify.
Verb, adjective, or another adverb

200

What is the clause that modifies a noun or a pronoun?
An adjective clause

300

What is another name for a dependent clause?
A subordinate clause

300

Make these two sentences into one sentence by making one into a noun clause. I know. Miss Grayson made cookies for her B4 class.
I know that Miss Grayson made cookies for her B4 class.

300

Are adjective clauses essential, not essential, or either in a sentence?
They can be either

300

Name three subordinating conjunctions that introduce adverb clauses.
After, although, as, as long as, as soon as, as though, because, before, even though, if, since, so that, than , though, unless, until, when, whenever, where, wherever, whether, while.

300

What is an adjective clause?
An adjective clause modifies nouns or pronouns

400

What is the independent clause and the dependent clause in the following sentence: Jill, who ate several lunches, is still hungry.
Independent clause: Jill is still hungry Dependent clause: who ate several lunches

400

Which one of these is a noun clause? A. You really do not want to know what Bob adds in his soup. B. You really do not want to know the ingredients Bob adds in his soup.
A.

400

Combine the two following sentences into one and make one an adjective clause. Eric has green eyes. Eric likes strawberry shortcake.
Eric, who has green eyes, likes strawberry shortcake.

400

Combine the two sentences into one sentence with an adverb clause. John studies. John stops studying at 7P.M.
John studies until 7P.M.

400

What clause is present in this sentence? (Not including independent and dependent clauses) The slice of pie that Abby was eating was not hers.
Adjective clause that Abby was eating describes the pie

500

What is the independent and dependent clause in the following sentence: Bob sprinted to get paper towels for the juice that had spilled over the glass and onto the table.
Independent clause: Bob sprinted to get paper towels for the juice Dependent clause: that had spilled over the glass and onto the table

500

Is the noun clause in this sentence being used as a subject of a verb, object of a verb, subject complement, object of a preposition, or a adjective complement? Sally was not responsible for what her cat did.
adjective complement

500

What hints you that an adjective clause is essential or not essential?
Commas around the adjective clause means its not essential.

500

What always follws an introductory adverb clause?
A comma

500

How many of the clauses we went over today are dependent?
4 Dependent, noun, adjective, and adverb clauses

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