anonymous
  • anonymous
ADJECTIVE CLAUSES can someone help me understand them?
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chestercat
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Mr.Z
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An adjective clause is a subordinate clause used to modify a noun or a pronoun in the main clause. Pizza, which most people love, is not very healthy. The people whose names are on the list will go to camp. students who are intelligent get good grades. ...................................................................................................................................... Pizza, (which most people love), is not very healthy. The people (whose names are on the list) will go to camp. students (who are intelligent) get good grades. Did this help?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can i ask a example? like this Identify the complete adjective clause. Dad is the only one with whom you can discuss this plan.
anonymous
  • anonymous
srry this is the type thats stumping me

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Dad (the only one with whom you can discuss this plan).
Mr.Z
  • Mr.Z
What in the sentence is being modified and what is modified? "Dad" and "the only one with whom you can discuss this plan".
Mr.Z
  • Mr.Z
modifying it*
anonymous
  • anonymous
So its so it cant stand alone?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes adjective clauses can be used in conjuction with a noun.
Mr.Z
  • Mr.Z
Depending on the sentence. Some adjective clauses can be used as sentence fragments.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
Now notice that "adjective clause" is merely a literary device. It's up to the writer to decide whether he'd like to use in a full sentence or any type of writing.

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