Part I: Adjective Clauses - Multiple Choice
Adjective Clause Quiz
Part I: Adjective Clauses - multiple choice
- Choose the best answers below. (SRPAC)
- I'm reading a book ____ discusses friendship.
- Margaret Mead, ____ was a famous scientist, wrote the book.
- A friend is someone ____ knows you well.
- I have a friend ____ husband is an anthropologist.
- Friends ____ know you well can give you advice.
- Nada is the friend who ____ me to work.
- Luna, whose parents ____ in Hong Kong, is moving to Seattle.
- San Diego, ____ is called "America's finest city," has an excellent climate.
- Ms. Solomon, ____ lives next door, used to own a restaurant in Acapulco.
- I'm going to visit a friend ____ family owns a hotel in Costa Rica.
- Correct the mistakes. There are 8 mistakes. (SRPAC)
- Tokyo, that is my hometown, is very expensive.
- I know a woman who brother is a pilot.
- Those are the people who wants to meet you.
- That's the book that deal with friendship.
- Kris Hardy, that works in my office, has become a close friend.
- Ms. Hardy is a teacher whose students really appreciates her.
- My best friends, who works at a department store, always get discounts.
- Those are the people whose live downstairs.
Part II. Adjective Clauses - combining sentences
- Combine the two sentences. Make the second sentence an adjective clause. Use the appropriate relative pronoun: who (m), that, which, whose, where, when or 0. Use commas as appropriate. (ORPAC)
- Joseph Conrad is a world-famous writer. I read his novels in college.
- Conrad was born in 1957. His parents lived Poland then.
- Conrad's family went to Russia. They lived there for 5 years.
- At 16, Conrad went to France. He found work on boats there.
- In 1978, he knew almost no English. Conrad arrived in England for the first time.
- Conrad started to write in English. He learned English on the job as a British fisherman.
- The experiences are written about in his books. He had the experiences at sea.
- His uncle gave him many good books. He visited his uncle in Cracow.
A) Directions: Fill in the spaces with the correct relative pronoun: who, whom, which, or 0. More than 1 answer may be correct. (SRPAC or ORPAC)
- I often wonder about my best friend ______I had in high school.
- There are websites ______list the students in high schools and colleges in the US.
- People who went to high school in the US can list themselves on these websites according to the school ______they attended.
- You may even find your old boyfriend or girlfriend ______you haven’t seen in years.
- Another way ______people make connections with old classmates is through reunions.
- These people sometimes bring their old high school yearbooks ______have pictures of the graduates and other school memories.
- The school ______I went to is having a reunion next year.
- The high school ______I went to is in the southern part of Texas.
- However, I probably won’t go because there are not too many people ______I really wish to see again. I really disliked high school!!
B) Directions: Write 5 new sentences with adjective clauses. Use whose, who, whom, that, which one time each. (SRPAC or ORPAC)
- (who)A good friend is a person ______
- (whom)The little girl ______
- (that) The cd player ______
- (whose)The man ______
- (which)The car ______