Adjective Clause, Adverb Clause Or Noun Clause Worksheet For Class 8 CBSE

State whether the subordinate clause in the following sentences is an adjective clause, adverb clause or noun clause.

1. Where they have gone is a mystery.

2. I will never forget what you just told me.

3. He asked me if there was anything more to do.

4. He is saving money so that he can go to university.

5. I could not sleep well because it was too hot.

6. As he is my supervisor, I have to listen to him.

7. I congratulated the boy who had won the first prize.

8. I apologized to the girl whose bottle I had broken.

9. I will talk to you when I have time.

10. Supriya who studies medicine at university actually wants to be a wildlife photographer.

11. The cat which I rescued yesterday is doing fine now.

12. Even though I missed the bus, I managed to reach on time.

Answers

1. Where they have gone is a mystery. (Noun clause; subject of the verb is)

2. I will never forget what you just told me. (Noun clause; object of the verb forget)

3. He asked me if there was anything more to do. (Noun clause; object of the verb asked)

4. He is saving money so that he can go to university. (Adverb clause of reason)

5. I could not sleep well because it was too hot. (Adverb clause of reason)

6. As he is my supervisor, I have to listen to him. (Adverb clause of reason)

7. I congratulated the boy who had won the first prize. (Adjective clause; it modifies the noun boy)

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8. I apologized to the girl whose bottle I had broken. (Adjective clause; it modifies the noun girl)

9. I will talk to you when I have time. (Adverb clause of time)

10. Supriya who studies medicine at university actually wants to be a wildlife photographer. (Adjective clause; it modifies the noun Supriya)

11. The cat which I rescued yesterday is doing fine now. (Adjective clause; it modifies the noun cat.)

12. Even though I missed the bus, I managed to reach on time. (Adverb clause of contrast/concession)

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