Relative Clauses Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.9-10.1.B

Core Standard

A clause is a set of words that has a subject and verb present, but it is not a complete thought (sentence). When a group of collective words do not have both a subject and a verb, it is called a phrase. Relative clauses have a remarkably similar job as an adjective. These are clauses that give more information about the noun that is present. They are super helpful to authors because they can help you clarify the vision and essence of what you are exploring for your readers. We will show you how using the correct pronoun can make or break the entire process. These worksheets will help you identify and use relative clauses productively in your own writing. They will also help you better understand the proofreading and editing process to heighten your work and that of others.









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