Noun, Adjective, or Adverb Dependent Clause?
Label the dependent clauses in each sentence.
Terms in this set (25)
We keep our bread in the fridge so that it doesn't go bad.
Although Volkswagen cars are cheap, they last a long time.
You should give the iron time to heat up before you iron your clothes.
You need proper shoes to go hiking in the mountains because the ground is rough and hard.
You will have to pay higher insurance if you buy a sports car.
People should not drive after they have been drinking alcohol.
Even though dolphins live in the sea, they are not fish--they are mammals.
While she scrubbed the dishes, her brother cooked dinner.
The car that she bought is beautiful!
Antonio, whose two dogs enjoy watching football as much as he does, watches the games on TV with his pets.
I could not find the spot where I had parked my car.
After searching for days, the young man finally found the diamond ring that he thought is girlfriend would like.
Our coach, who we thought was thorough, did not seem to notice our mistakes.
Martin's drive, which is twenty minutes each way, takes him through the most congested streets in the city.
You need and area map that is up-to-date.
Algebra, which is John's favorite class, is taught by a Ph.D.
I knew I would do well on whatever questions were asked of me.
What frightened me was the loud noise.
What is true is not always popular.
Whoever gave me the anonymous gift is very kind.
Pass the ball to whomever is open.
I know who will be the winner.
Her testimony is what added to my nervousness.
We had no idea of how she would perform on the exam.
We finally realized how well she scored on the test.
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