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Adjectival and adver

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THIS SECTION HAS THREE STEPS.FIRST,UNDERLINE THE ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE.THEN CIRCLE THE RELATIVE PRONOUN.FINALLY DRAW ON ARROW FROM THE RELATIVE PRONOUN TO ITS ANTECENDENT.....1.The airplane,that is headed to Florida,has already left the gate. ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE.....that is headed to Florida, RELATIVE PRONOUN....That Antecedent...Airplane
THIS SECTION HAS THREE STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE.THEN,CIRCLE THE RELATIVE PRONOUN.FINALLY DRAW AN ARROW FROM THE RELATIVE PRNOUN TO ITS ANTECEDENT.....2.She did not know the boy who came into the store. ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE.....who came into the store...RELATIVE PRONOUN...who....ANTECEDENT....boy
THIS SECTION HAS THREE STEPS,FIRST UNDERLINE THE ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE.THEN CIRCLE THE RELATIVE PRONOUN.FINALLY DRAW AN ARROW FROM THE RELATIVE PRONOUN TO ITS ANTECEDENT......3.Our car which is packed on the street, ran out of gas last night on the way home f ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE...which is parked on the street...RELATIVE PRONOUN...which....ANTECEDENT...car
THIS SECTION HAS THREE STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE.THEN,CIRCLE THE RELATIVE PRONOUN.FINALLY,DRAW AN ARROW FROM THE RELATIVE PRONOUN TO ITS ANTECEDENT....4.My grandmother,who visits every summer,likes to travel by train. ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE...who visits every summer...RELATIVE PRONOUN...who....ANTECEDENT...grandmother
THIS SECTION HAS THREE STEPS. FIRST,UNDERLINE THE ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE.THEN CIRCLE THE RELATIVE PRONOUN.FINALLY,DRAW AN ARROW FROM THE RELATIVE PRONOUN TO ITS ANTECEDENT....5. I whistled for the taxi that stopped in front of us. ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE...that stopped in front of us..RELATIVE PRONOUN...that....ANTECEDENT...taxi
THIS SECTION HAS THREE STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE.THEN CIRCLE THE RELATIVE PRONOUN.FINALLY,DRAW AN ARROW FROM FROM THE RELATIVE PRONOUN TO ITS ANTECEDENT...6. Before I finished the book,I knew the identity of the villain who stole the val ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE...who stole the valueable painted...Relative Pronoun...who....Antecedent...painting
THIS SECTION HAS TWO STEPS. FIRST UNDERLINE THE ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE.THEN WRITE ON THE LINE AN R IF CLAUSE IS RESTRICTIVE OR N IF IT IN NON-RESTRICTIVE...1. The woman who taught him to play the piano lives down the street. ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE....who taught him to play the piano......R....
THIS SECTION HAS TWO STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE.THEN WRITE ON THE LINE AN R IF THE CLAUSE IS RESTRICTIVE OR AN N IF IT IS NON-RESTRICTIVE....2. Pennsylvania,which was settled by William Penn,is one of the thirteen original colonies. ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE...which was settled by William Penn....NR....
THIS SECTION HAS TWO STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE.THEN WRITE ON THE LINE AN R IF THE CLAUSE IS RESTRICTIVE OR AN N IF IT IS NON-RESTRICTIVE....3. Molly,who admires good manners,always says "please" and "thank you." ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE...who admires good manners....NR...
THIS SECTION HAS TWO STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE.THEN WRITE ON THE LINE AN R IF THE CLAUSE IS RESTRICTIVE OR AN N IF IS NON-RESTRICTIVE...4.The waves,which normally look so calm.capsized the sailboat. ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE... which normally look so calm....NR
THIS SECTION HAS TWO STEPS.FIRST,UNDERLINE THE ADJECTIONAL CLAUSE.THEN.WRITE ON THE AN R IF THE CLAUSE IS RESTRICTIVE OR AN N IT IS NON-RESTRICTIVE....5. The exotic plant that was left in the closet began to wilt. ADJECTIVAl CLAUSE.... that was left in the closet.... R
THIS SECTION HAS THREE STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE ADVERBIAL CLAUSE.THEN,CIRCLE THE SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTION.FINALLY BRACKETS({}) AROUND THE WORD(S)THAT IS MODIFIED BY CLAUSE...1. Since the settlers took their land,the Indians decided to fight. ADVERBIAL CLAUSE....Since thesettlers tool their land....SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTION....Since....{Decided}
THIS SECTION HAS THREE STEPS. FIRST UNDERLINE THE ADVERBIAL CLAUSE.THEN CIRCLE THE SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTION.FINALLY,DRAW({}) AROUND THE WORD(S) THAT IS MODIFIED BY THE CLAUSE....2. The Fighting Irish led the league until they faced the Nittany Lions. ADVERBIAL CLAUSE....Until they faced the Nittany Lions....SUBORINATE CONJUNCTION....Until...{Led}
THIS SECTION HAS THREE STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE ADVERBIAL CLAUSE.THEN CIRCLE THE SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTION.FINALLY DRAW({}) AROUND THE WORD(S) THAT IS MODIFIED BY THE CLAUSE....3. While the mountain lion slept,the hikers crept down the mountain. ADVERBIAL CLAUSE...While the mountain lion slept....SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTION...While....{Crept}
THIS SECTION HAS THREE STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE ADVERBIAL CLAUSE.THEN CIRCLE THE SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTION.FINALLY DRAW BRACKETS({}) AROUND THE WORD(S) THAT IS MODIFIED BY THE CLAUSE......4. You can play the guitar if you practice every day. AVERBIAL CLAUSE....If you practice every day....SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTION......If.....{Can play}
THIS SECTION HAS THREE STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE ADVERBIAL CLAUSE.THEN,CIRCLE THE SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTION.FINALLY,({}) AROUND THE WORD(S) THAT IS MODIFIED BY THE CLAUSE...5. I will loan you some stock because you forgot to pack your own. AVERBIAL CLAUSE....Because you forgot to pack your own.....SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTION.....Because.....{Will loan}
THIS SECTION HAS THREE STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE ADVERBIAL CLAUSE.THEN CIRCLE THE SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTION.FINALLY DRAW BRACKETS({}) AROUND THE WORD(S) THAT IS MODIFIED....6.We saw a beautiful sunset when we went for a walk. AVERBIAL CLAUSE....When we went for a walk....SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTION....When....{Saw}
THIS SECTION HAS TWO STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE SUBORDINATE CLAUSE.THEN WRITE ON THE LINE ADJ IF THE CLAUSE IS ADJECTIVAL,OR AV IF THE CLAUSE IS ADVERBIAL....1.Before we went home,we played volleyball. ADVERBIAL CLAUSE......Before we went home....AV
THIS SECTION HAS TWO STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE SUBORDINATE CLAUSE.THEN WRITE ON THE LINE ADJ IF THE CLAUSE IS ADJECTIVAL,OR AV IF THE CLAUSE IS ADVERBIAL.....2.While I was at camp,I made several new friends. ADVERBIAL CLAUSE...While I was at camp....AV
THIS SECTION HAS TWO STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE SUBORDINATE CLAUSE.THEN WRITE ON THE LINE ADJ IF THE CLAUSE IS ADJECTIVAL,AV IF THE CLAUSE IS ADVERBIAL.....3.The bridge which connects the two islands was damaged by the storm. ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE.....Which connects the two islands....ADJ
THIS SECTION HAS TWO STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE SUBORDINATE CLAUSE.THEN WRITE ON THE LINE ADJ IF THE CLAUSE IS ADJECTIVAL,OR AV IF THE CLAUSE IS ADVERBIAL.....4.In Paris,we visited a museum that contained many famous paintings. ADJECTIVAL CLAUSE...That contained many famous paintings....ADJ
THIS SECTION HAS TWO STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE SUBORDINATE CLAUSE.THEN WRITE ON THE LINE ADJ IF THE CLAUSE IS ADJECTIVAL,OA AV IF THE CLAUSE IS ABVERBIAL....5.I was able to purchase a soda since I remembered to bring fifty cents. ADVERBIAL CLAUSE.....Since I remembered to bring fifty cents.....AV
THIS SECTION HAS TWO STEPS.FIRST UNDERLINE THE SUBORDINATE CLAUSE.THEN WRITE ON THE LINE ADJ IF THE CLAUSE IS ADJECTIVAL,OR AV IF THE CLAUSE IS ADVERBIAL.....6.William Shakespeare,who wrote many famous plays, lived in the 1500's. ADVECTIVAL CLAUSE.....Who wrote many famous plays....ADJ
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