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Orange Level Quiz #11 - Adjective Clauses

Part A. Directions: Underline the adjective clause in each sentence. Circle the noun or the pronoun that the adjective clause describes. (10 points)

Example: This is something that he is interested in.

                This is something that he is interested in.

1. He doesn't like anything that has olives in it.

2. They will call someone who can help them.

3. That's something that I find hard to believe.

4. It's hard to believe anything that she says.

5. You should ask someone who knows how to do it.

6. There is nothing that you can do.

7. Nothing that I did worked.

8. Everyone who attended the party liked the cake.

9. There's something that I need to tell you.

10. I'll talk to anyone who is interested about the business.

Part B. Directions: Five of the sentences above can be rewritten without using "who" or "that" in the adjective clause because they are functioning as objects in the clause. Identify four of those sentences and rewrite them below. (5 points)

Example:

3. That's something I find hard to believe.

 

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Part C. Directions: Combine these sentences and questions in order to make one sentence that contains an adjective clause. (10 points)

Example: She is someone.  /  I like to work with her.

                She is someone who I like to work with.   (or)

                She is someone with whom I like to work.

1. This is something.  /  You might find it interesting.

    _______________________________________________.

2. Everyone was there at the party.  /  I work with them.

   ________________________________________________.

3. You should talk to someone.  /  He or she can answer your questions.

    ________________________________________________.

4. That's everything.  /  I brought them with me.

    ________________________________________________.

5. I saw it.  /  I couldn't remember anything.

    ________________________________________________.

6. Did you see anything?  /  The police would like to know about it.

    ________________________________________________.

7. Where is everyone?  /  They attended yesterday's meeting.

    ________________________________________________.

8. It's nothing.  /  You don't need to worry about it.

    ________________________________________________.

9. I have something for you.  /  I bought it at the store.

   ________________________________________________.

10. Can you trust him? Is this someone?

   ________________________________________________.

 

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