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There are many types of worksheets that deal with clauses on Busy Teacher so they have been broken into several subsections to make your search easier. This section is devoted to adjective clauses and currently has 18 worksheets. This is a general worksheet that talks about and has examples of many different types of clauses and sentence structures. Whether you use this as reference material for yourself or choose to include some of these sample sentences in your lessons, it can be a useful resource. In its entirety, it might be overwhelming for students so narrow down the material you want them to focus on and use that as a handout instead. Using these worksheets is so simple because they are all free and easy to download, adapt, and print. They can even be used as inspiration for your own worksheets and can definitely save you time when planning new lessons. Be sure to check back frequently for new worksheets and consider uploading your worksheets too.

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GRAMMAR TIP:What Are Adjective Clauses?
The term 'adjective clause' (adjectival phrase, adjective phrase, or sometimes phrasal adjective) may refer to any one of three types of grammatical phrase. In syntax, the term adjectival phrase or adjective phrase refers to a phrase built upon an adjective, which functions as the head of that phrase. For example, the phrase much quicker than I is based on the adjective 'quick', and the phrase fond of animals is based on the adjective 'fond'. Such phrases may be used predicatively, as in They are much quicker than I (≈ they are quick) or they are fond of animals (≈ they are fond). When used attributively within a noun phrase, complex adjectival phrases tend to occur after the noun: I found a typist much quicker than I (compare I found a quick typist, where a simple adjective occurs before the noun). The words modifying the head adjective may be adverbs (much quicker, very pretty), prepositional phrases (fond of animals, happy about the news), or subordinate clauses (happy that you came).
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Complex Sentences

Complex Sentences

Katerina
The worksheet consists of 2 exercises for lthe topic "complex sentences" (choosing the appropriate endings to the sentences and finding necessary pronouns). It will be very useful for the revision ...
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ESL Unit: Shopping

ESL Unit: Shopping

A free-to-use ESL unit suitable for intermediate level learners on the topic of shopping. This unit includes speaking, reading, listening, vocabulary and grammar practice. Links are provided for t ...
8 Views 8,405 Pre-IntInt
Forming Adjective Clauses - Relative Clauses Parts 1 & 2

Forming Adjective Clauses - Relative Clauses Parts 1 & 2

This second PowerPoint presentation has two parts. Part 1 helps students understand forming adjective clauses / relative clauses in an easy way where animation was used. It helped most of th ...
7 Views 10,201 All
A Gamut of Techniques to Teach Phrase and Clause Modifiers

A Gamut of Techniques to Teach Phrase and Clause Modifiers

Grammar is one of the biggest stumbling blocks for English as Second Language (ESL) learners. Yet it is the key for the transition from functional language use to absolute fluency. Thus it has alw ...
3 Views 4,270 Int
Exclamatory/ Emphatic Structures

Exclamatory/ Emphatic Structures

Adjective Clauses, ,
This worksheet contains both grammar theory with examples and exercises to practise. It is suitable for intermediate to upper-intermediate levels. There are different types of exercises (true/fals ...
9 Views 7,930 IntAdv
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Rome is a Place Where ... - Tips for Teaching Adjective Clauses

Rome is a Place Where ... - Tips for Teaching Adjective Clauses

Adjective Clauses,
“I am from Rome. Rome is very nice. People eat spaghetti in Rome. I like it a lot.” Any teacher who has ever encountered writing like this knows that students like to write in short si ...
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Forming Adjective Clauses / Relative Clauses

Forming Adjective Clauses / Relative Clauses

This PowerPoint presentation helps students understand forming adjective clauses / relative clauses in an easy way where animation was used. It helped most of the below average EFL students in my ...
9 Views 13,025 All
Adjective Clause

Adjective Clause

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It is very important to speak or write effectively in English. One of the ways is by using adjective clause. This exercise is about how to combine 2 sentences by using adjective clauses. Before g ...
5 Views 7,854 Pre-Int
Linking Words Table

Linking Words Table

In this table, I tried to categorize all connectors and show their usages. Teaching kinds of sentences is really a hard task. By using this table teachers can show their Ss how to connect sentence ...
11 Views 11,589 Pre-IntIntAdv
Achieve Your Dream

Achieve Your Dream

An inspiring worksheet for pre- intermediate to intermediate learners using an advertisement for a reading comprehension test which may serve as a summative evaluation. This paper encoloses compre ...
12 Views 9,226 Pre-IntInt
Relative Clauses and Pronouns Cheat Sheet

Relative Clauses and Pronouns Cheat Sheet

A student started this as a summary of relative clauses. I corrected her few mistakes and spruced it up a bit, but I find it to be a pretty good cheat sheet of relative clauses. Please note this i ...
42 Views 40,594 Pre-IntIntAdvExam
Adjective Clauses Worksheet

Adjective Clauses Worksheet

Use this worksheet to explain how to use adjective clauses in the ESL classroom. This worksheet is geared towards adult learners, and includes a student and teacher version. Students must choose ...
7 Views 21,591 Adv
Adjective Clause Worksheet

Adjective Clause Worksheet

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This worksheet contains an exercise for the students to understand Adjective Clause (who, whom, which, that, whose). It can be used as an additional material or drilling questions for the students ...
9 Views 14,637 Pre-Int
Grammar and Comprehension Worksheet

Grammar and Comprehension Worksheet

This file contains grammar questions and comprehension questions based on ICSE model. It can be used as a guide for both teachers and students while preparing for the examinations. The grammar sec ...
28 Views 23,923 Pre-Int
Relative Clauses Worksheet

Relative Clauses Worksheet

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This worksheet provides three exercises to practice relative clauses: (1) Choose the correct relative pronoun (who, which); (2) Re write the sentences using the relative clauses; (3) Complete the ...
21 Views 47,148 Int
It or There (Advanced Level Worksheet)

It or There (Advanced Level Worksheet)

A very steady study about the differences between It and There with explanations, examples and exercises helping students with CAE and CPE levels. You have to crack a book sometimes in o ...
32 Views 21,426 AdvExam
When and While

When and While

Adjective Clauses,
This sheet includes visual charts that show the difference between when and while with its excellent sentences. Students can easily understand thanks to these charts.Also, examples of this sheet a ...
19 Views 16,529 ElemPre-IntInt
Identifying Types of Clauses: Upper-Intermediate Worksheet

Identifying Types of Clauses: Upper-Intermediate Worksheet

The aim is the student to identify the type of clause (for example: purpose, reason or result clause, concessive clause, rhetorical question, etc) and link it to the given sentence.
25 Views 35,584 Adv

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