Adjective Clauses Worksheet For Classes 8 and 9 CBSE
Improve your English grammar and writing skills with our free online English grammar lessons and worksheets. We will learn about adjective clauses in this lesson. There is also a grammar worksheet at the end of this lesson.
Adjective clauses are also called relative clauses. An adjective clause does the same purpose as an adjective. That means it modifies a noun in another clause.
The adjective or relative clause should go immediately after the noun it modifies.
Study the example given below.
- Meera is my classmate. She is an accomplished dancer.
We can combine these two clauses using the relative pronoun who.
- Meera, who is an accomplished dancer, is my classmate. (Here the relative / adjective clause ‘who is an accomplished dancer’ modifies the noun Meera and goes immediately after it.)
- OR Meera, who is my classmate, is an accomplished dancer. (Here the relative clause ‘who is my classmate’ modifies the noun Meera and goes immediately after it.)
Relative clauses worksheet for classes 8 and 9
Combine the following sentences using appropriate relative pronouns.
1. Do you know the man? He just walked in.
2. I watched a movie yesterday. It was very interesting.
3. An old couple lives next door. I have never met them.
4. She asked me a question. I could not answer it.
5. Here is the coat. You were looking for it.
6. It is a story. It intrigues people.
7. These are the keys. They open the safe.
8. He married his boss. She was eight years older than him.
9. Have you met my brother? He serves in the army.
10. She has got a boyfriend. He works in a super market.
1. Do you know the man who just walked in?
2. Yesterday I watched a movie that / which was very interesting. OR The movie that / which I watched yesterday was very interesting.
3. I have never met the old couple who lives next door.
4. She asked me a question which I could not answer.
5. Here is the coat that you were looking for.
6. It is a story that intrigues people.
7. These are the keys that / which open the safe.
8. He married his boss who was eight years older than him.
9. Have you met my brother who serves in the army?
10. She has got a boyfriend who works in a super market.