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Identify and use adjectival and adverbial phrases and clauses. 0601.1.7
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And Adverb Clauses - Identify the underlined words as either an adjective
dependent clause or and adverb dependent clause.
- Adjective Adverb
Clause Quiz - Quizlet flashcards allows you to pick different games
to practice skills. You can also make your own flashcards for practice.
Adverb, or Noun Clause - If it is an adjective or adverb clause, tell
which word it modifies, and if it is a noun clause, tell if it is used as
the subject, predicate nominative, direct object, indirect object, or object
of the preposition.
Adverb, and Noun Clauses - Find the adjective, adverb or noun clauses
in these sentences. If it is an adjective or adverb clause, tell which word
it modifies, and if it is a noun clause, tell how if it is used as the subject,
predicate nominative, direct object, appositive, indirect object, or object
of the preposition.
- Adverb Clauses - Cause
and Effect Relationships - Click on the correct clause to complete the
Clauses - In this exercise, your task is to choose the correct subordinating
conjunction to fill the space at the beginning of the adverb clause.
Clauses Exercises: - Combine the following sentences using adverb clauses.
Clauses/Adverbial Clauses - Complete each adverb clause below with the
Phrases - Adverbs can also be phrases, some made with prepositions,
others made with infinitives. This page will explain the basic types of
adverb phrases (sometimes called "adverbial phrases") and how to recognize
Phrase Exercise 1 - In this exercise, each question has a sentence
with an underlined phrase. Your job is to identify what type of adverb
phrase this is
Phrase Exercise 2 - In this gap-fill exercise, choose from the list
of adverb phrases in the box at the bottom of the page. Enter one phrase
in each gap, according to the grammar and meaning of the
Clauses & Phrases Quiz - Click on the radio button in front of the
correct answer if the part in italics is an adverbial clause, adverbial
phrase or infinitive phrase. Your score will appear in the text box after
you answer the last question.
Clauses: Adverbial, Adjectival, Nominal - great site with examples and
Garden of Phrases - explanation of several types of phrases, including
the Function of Phrases - quiz related to the Garden of Phrases
the Phrase Type - six multiple-choice questions, scroll up if you need
to review types of phrases
- Name That Clause - Choose whether the underlined clause in each song lyric
is an Adjective, Adverb or Noun Clause.
Practice Exercise - print this exercise for student practice - answers
available [This expired link is available through the Wayback
Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click
on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
(and other) Phrases - ten question multiple choice quiz
is a clause? - explanation with examples
Is An Introductory Adverbial Element? - explanation article
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