Relative clauses worksheet

Underline the relative (adjective) clauses used in the following sentences and identity the nouns modified by them.

1. The boys who created trouble in the class were suspended.

2. The mobile phone that I bought for my sister is very expensive.

3. The girl whom I met in the store was looking for a doll.

4. The bag that she was holding in her hands was full of currency notes.

5. The child that they adopted from the orphanage has green eyes.

6. The boy who won the first prize gave a brilliant speech.

7. My mother who runs a nursery is passionate about organic farming.

8. Who is the girl that just came in?

9. I want to buy a smart phone that can take excellent selfies.

10. I will hit anyone who touches my bag.

Answers

1. The boys who created trouble in the class were suspended. (modifies the noun boys)

2. The mobile phone that I bought for my sister is very expensive. (modifies the noun mobile phone)

3. The girl whom I met in the store was looking for a doll. (modifies the noun girl)

4. The bag that she was holding in her hands was full of currency notes. (modifies the noun bag)

5. The child that they adopted from the orphanage has green eyes. (modifies the noun child)

6. The boy who won the first prize gave a brilliant speech. (modifies the noun boy)

7. My mother who runs a nursery is passionate about organic farming. (modifies the noun mother)

8. Who is the girl that just came in? (modifies the noun girl)

9. I want to buy a smart phone that can take excellent selfies. (modifies the noun smart phone)

10. I will hit anyone who touches my bag. (modifies the pronoun anyone)

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