Clause Worksheets To Print:
Linking Ideas - Beef up those sentences. This must be how writers of large screen plays feel.
- Read the sentences below and rewrite them to link the clauses together. You can reword the sentences but do not leave out any information.
Where and When
- Can you write your own where and when clauses? Let's give it a try!
- Underline the part of the sentence that acts like this and circle the noun that it describes.
Adverb Clause -
Fill in the blanks with an adverbial clause. Ask why, where, when,
how or to what degree to help you. Write which question it answers
on the line. The first has been done for you.
- Fill in the blanks. Ask yourself which one or what kind to assist you. Write which question it answers on
The Adjectival Clause
- Fill in the blanks with an adverb or adjectival portion that is needed to enhance each sentence.
More Clause Worksheet Topics:
Cleft Sentences - A great way to drive the focus within a sentence and really press some hard emphasis down on things.
Phrases and Clauses - Students examine the difference between the two and practice identifying and using them in sentences.
Wish Clauses - When you are super hopeful that something just might go your way.