Adjective Clause, Adverb Clause Or Noun Clause | Class 8 English Grammar Worksheets

Identify the subordinate clauses used in the following sentences and state whether they are adjective clauses, adverb clauses or noun clauses.

Class 8 grammar worksheets

1. You are the biggest monster that I have ever seen.

2. I don’t know why she is angry with me.

3. I want to know where you have been all this while.

4. All that glitters is not gold.

5. I wasn’t surprised when he failed his exam.

6. She said that she will not come.

7. He worked hard so that he might win the first rank.

8. I closed the doors and windows because it was too cold outside.

9. Mozart could play music when he was just three years old.

10. You will not get better unless you quit smoking.

11. I waited for them until they came.

12. Suddenly I remembered that I had not locked the door.

Answers

1. You are the biggest monster that I have ever seen. (Adjective clause)

2. I don’t know why she is angry with me. (Noun clause)

3. I want to know where you have been all this while. (Noun clause)

4. All that glitters is not gold. (Adjective clause)

5. I wasn’t surprised when he failed his exam. (Adverb clause of time)

6. She said that she will not come. (Noun clause)

7. He worked hard so that he might win the first rank. (Adverb clause of purpose)

8. I closed the doors and windows because it was too cold outside. (Adverb clause of reason/cause)

9. Mozart could play music when he was just three years old. (Adverb clause of time)

10. You will not get better unless you quit smoking. (Adverb clause of condition)

11. I waited for them until they came. (Adverb clause of time)

12. Suddenly I remembered that I had not locked the door. (Noun clause)

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