Adjective Clauses

Dependent or Subordinate Clause-a clause that does not express a complete thought
Example: When I went to the store
Who is talking
Adjective Clause-a clause that functions as an adjective in the sentence. It modifies a noun by telling us which one or what kind. Usually begin with a relative pronoun: who, whom, that, which, whose). Can begin with a relative adverb: why, when, where.
Examples: The boy who is talking is named Kevin. (modifies "boy)
The picture that is hanging on the wall is beautiful. (modifies "picture")
The reason why I will not go is that I am sick. (modifies "reason")
Adjective Clauses





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