Phrases and Clauses Worksheets To Print:
Adjective Clauses - Start by spotting the adjective clause in each sentence and then determine
the word that is modified in each case.
Phrases Fill In - You need
to provide your own adjectives for these. You can use a wide variety of them.
Clauses - In this one you
need to classify the function of the clause. Start by identifying them and then see how they operate in the sentence.
Locked and Unlocked
Clauses - Underline the relative clause in each sentence. Write
R if the clause is restrictive; write N if the clause is non-restrictive.
Punctuate if necessary.
A Dash of Nouns
- Change the following adjectives to phrases and add descriptive
- Connect each of the following sentences to a related, independent
clause. Use and, or, but or yet.
- Circle the subordinate conjunction (words that tell how, when,
why or where).
- Write a sentence, using a noun clause as indicated. Each exercise will see how you work with them.
- Underline the noun clause in each sentence. Hint: Some noun clauses begin
with words such as that,
what, why and other
words that begin with w.