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CLAUSES Comic Strips

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									Noun, adjective, and adverb

CLAUSES!
Warm up

 What is the difference between denotation
  and connotation?
 Give an example.
Learning Objective

                 SWBAT
   Create complex sentences using noun,
        adjective, and adverb clauses.
Welcome to…

        GRAMMAR TUESDAY!
            Brainpop
Noun Clause
 A dependent clause that functions as the noun within a
    sentence.
   Examples:
   A. What Mary did to rescue the injured bird was brave.
   B. The winner of the race will be whoever runs the fastest in
    the final stretch.
   c. She finally discovered what the answer to her question
    was.
   D. Give whatever parts need cleaning a rinse in detergent.
   E. She wished that she were older.
   F..
Can you identify the noun
clause?
 1. What surprised me first was the yellowish
  green fire engine.
 2. I had thought fire engines were always red.
 3. We learned that this sport is called
  candlepin bowling.
 4. The small grapefruit-sized bowling balls
  with no holes were not what she was used to.
Can you identify the noun
clause?
 1. What surprised me first was the yellowish
  green fire engine.
 2. I had thought that fire engines were always
  red.
 3. We learned that this sport is called
  candlepin bowling.
 4. The small grapefruit-sized bowling balls
  with no holes were not what she was used to.
Adjective clause

 A dependent clause that describes a noun.
 Adjective clauses are introduced by relative
  pronouns: who, whom, whose, which, that
 Examples:
 A. Luis, who enjoys running, has decided to enter
  the marathon.
 B. The students questioned data on which the
  theory was based.
 C. We met the singer whose new CD was
  released this week.
Can you identify the adjective
clause in each sentence?
 1. Cartoonists use a variety of unusual names for
  the symbols that commonly appear in comic
  strips.
 2. The trainer spoke harshly to the dog, who was
  being disobedient.
 3. The two attorneys argued all week over the
  contract which was very important.
 4. At the assembly, Ms. Leon made two
  announcements that surprised everybody in the
  room.
 5. The photographer, whose patience was
  legendary, sat on a small ledge all day.
Can you identify the adjective
clause in each sentence?
 1. Cartoonists use a variety of unusual names for
  the symbols that commonly appear in comic
  strips.
 2. The trainer spoke harshly to the dog, who was
  being disobedient.
 3. The two attorneys argued all week over the
  contract which was very important.
 4. At the assembly, Ms. Leon made two
  announcements that surprised everybody in the
  room.
 5. The photographer, whose patience was
  legendary, sat on a small ledge all day.
Adverb clause

 A dependent clause that modifies a verb, an
    adjective, or an adverb.
   The adverb clause tells: how, when, where, why, how
    much, to what extent, or under what condition.
   Examples:
   A. After I had proofread my paper, I made the
    corrections. (When)
   B. Because the crepes are delicious, Joy makes them
    on special occasions. (why)
   C. You and your brother may come with us if you
    want. (under what condition)
Can you identify the adverb
clause?
1. If you look through newspaper from the first half
   of the twentieth century, you will see many
   pictures of Mohandas K. Gandhi.
 2. This man led India to independence from
   Britain, and he took his spinning wheel wherever
   he went.
 He did so because he viewed spinning as a
   symbol of peaceful, traditional Indian lifestyle.
 4. As a form of protest, he led marches or fasted
   until the government met his requests.
Can you identify the adverb
clause?
1. If you look through newspaper from the first half of
    the twentieth century, you will see many pictures of
    Mohandas K. Gandhi. (under what condition)
 2. This man led India to independence from Britain,
    and he took his spinning wheel wherever he went.
    (where)
 He did so because he viewed spinning as a symbol of
    peaceful, traditional Indian lifestyle. (why)
 4. As a form of protest, he led marches or fasted until
    the government met his requests. (to what extent)
Noun adjective, or adverb
clause?
 1.

								
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