Phrases And Clauses Worksheet For Class 6

Identify the phrases and clauses in the following sentences.

A phrase is a group of words that makes some sense, but not complete sense. Phrases usually begin with prepositions. Examples are: under the bed, across the road, between A and B, in the pond etc.

A clause is a group of words that makes complete sentence. A clause has a subject and a predicate of its own.

Phrases and clauses worksheet for class 6

State whether the underlined groups of words are phrases or clauses.

1. It was an act of kindness.

2. The sun moves around the earth.

3. He sat under the tree.

4. Put the books on the table.

5. She looked out of the window.

6. I know a man who works in Merchant Navy.

7. He wears a chain which is made of gold.

8. We cannot survive without food or water.

9. The man whom I met on the street was a traveller.

10. She recognized him at once.

11. I don’t know what he did with that money.

12. We cannot go while it is raining.

Answers

1. It was an act of kindness. (Phrase)

2. The sun moves around the earth. (Phrase)

3. He sat under the tree. (Phrase)

4. Put the books on the table. (Phrase)

5. She looked out of the window. (Phrase)

6. I know a man who works in Merchant Navy. (Clause)

7. He wears a chain which is made of gold. (Clause)

8. We cannot survive without food or water. (Phrase)

9. The man whom I met on the street was a traveller. (Clause)

10. She recognized him at once. (Phrase)

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11. I don’t know what he did with that money. (Clause)

12. We cannot go while it is raining. (Clause)

 

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