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The Adjective Clause Worksheet
An adjective clause is used to modify a pronoun or noun in the
main clause. It often uses these relative pronouns: who, whose,
whom, which, and that. It sometimes uses when or where. Occasionally,
the relative pronoun is understood or implied instead of directly used.
Examples (adjective clauses are underlined. The word it modifies is
italicized.
Here is the book that you asked for.
Is he the person whom you told me about?
Heres the coffee flavor I like. (that is implied)
Instructions: Underline the adjective clause and circle the word that it
modifies in each of the sentences below.
1. Is that the plant that you brought?
2. How is your friend for whom I made this cake?
3. This is the house where I grew up.
4. I love to camp when its raining.
5. Tell me about the place where you are going.
6. What is that you brought?
7. Here is the coat you asked for.
8. How do you like the flavor I picked out for you?
9. Where do you keep the soda that I like?
10. Billy is your friend whom you helped.
11. Tammy likes the same books that you like.
12. Elizabeth cant wait to take the elevator to the apartment where
her grandma lives.
13. Please arrange the blocks so that I can see you.
14. Careful with the water glass so that you dont spill it.
15. Imagine that you could jump three feet into the air.

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Answer Key

Instructions: Underline the adjective clause and circle the word that it
modifies in each of the sentences below.
1. Is that the plant that you brought?
2. How is your friend for whom I made this cake?
3. This is the house where I grew up.
4. I love to camp when its raining.
5. Tell me about the place where you are going.
6. What is that you brought?
7. Here is the coat you asked for. (implied that)
8. How do you like the flavor I picked out for you? (implied that)
9. Where do you keep the soda that I like?
10. Billy is your friend whom you helped.
11. Tammy likes the same books that you like.
12. Elizabeth cant wait to take the elevator to the apartment where
her grandma lives.
13. Please arrange the blocks so that I can see you.
14. Careful with the water glass so that you dont spill it.
15. Imagine that you could jump three feet into the air.