Adjective Clause

• A dependent clause used to modify a noun or pronoun. • Are usually introduced by a relative pronoun, which serves both as a pronoun and as a subordinating conjunction.

Adverbial Clause
• A dependent clause used to modify a verb, adjective, or an adverb in the main clause.

1. Fulton J. Sheen wrote “Teenagers”, which is an essay about the characteristics of young people. 2. You may go whenever you wanted. 3. The test was difficult as we had expected. 4. The girl whom I met yesterday asked me questions which were difficult to answer. 5. I Finished sooner than I had hoped. 6. He studied whenever he felt like this.

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