Intro adjective clauses july 15
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  • 1. Chapter 13
  • 2. Your Examples…  Pets are animals that you want to keep at home. (Fernanda)  Jordan and Beckham, who are sports stars, earn much more money every year. (Teresa)  There are three domestic pets that families prefer. (Mabel)  I consider my room my kingdom where I spend most of my time. (Noor)  A precious place I will not forget is Sunway Lagoon in Malaysia. (Ghader)  The contain several books that I have read. (Narjes)
  • 3. Adjective Clauses as the Subject of the Clause  Complete these sentences:  The first person whom I saw today was…  The first place that I went today was…  The first foreign place that I visited was…
  • 4. Adjective Clauses as the Subject of the Clause  Terms:  Adjective = modifies a noun  I met a kind man.  She has blue hair.  They are friendly.  Clause = subject + verb  Independent clause  Dependent clause = conjunction + subject + verb
  • 5.  I met a man.  He was very kind. Adjective Clauses as the Subject of the Clause
  • 6. Adjective Clauses as the Subject of the Clause  I met a man _____________.  He was very kind. who (subject, pe rson)
  • 7. Adjective Clauses as the Subject of the Clause  I met a man _____________.
  • 8. Adjective Clauses as the Subject of the Clause  I met a man who was very kind.
  • 9. Adjective Clauses as the Subject of the Clause  I ate a hotdog.  It was terrible.
  • 10. Adjective Clauses as the Subject of the Clause  I ate a hotdog.  It was terrible. which (subject, thing)
  • 11. Adjective Clauses as the Subject of the Clause  I ate a hotdog________________.
  • 12. Adjective Clauses as the Subject of the Clause  I ate a hotdog which was terrible.
  • 13.  I love a girl.  I met her yesterday. Adjective Clauses as the Object of the Clause (object, person)
  • 14. Adjective Clauses as the Object of the Clause  I love a girl.  I met her yesterday. whom
  • 15. Adjective Clauses as the Object of the Clause  I love a girl_______________.
  • 16. Adjective Clauses as the Object of the Clause  I love a girl whom I met yesterday.
  • 17. Putting an Adj. Clause in the Middle of a Sentence  The hotdog was terrible.  I ate it. that (subject, thing)
  • 18. Putting an Adj. Clause in the Middle of a Sentence  The hotdog ____________was terrible.
  • 19. Putting an Adj. Clause in the Middle of a Sentence  The hotdog that I ate was terrible.
  • 20. Putting an Adj. Clause in the Middle of a Sentence  The girl has blue hair.  I love her. (object, person)
  • 21. Putting an Adj. Clause in the Middle of a Sentence  The girl has blue hair.  I love her. whom
  • 22. Putting an Adj. Clause in the Middle of a Sentence  The girl _____________ has blue hair.
  • 23. Putting an Adj. Clause in the Middle of a Sentence  The girl whom I love has blue hair.
  • 24. Adjective Clause + Prepositions  2 ways:  Formal / old English way  only “which” or “whom”  Informal / normal way
  • 25. Adjective Clause + Prepositions (or, Fancy Old English!)  The sunglasses were under the table.  I was looking for them. (object, thing)
  • 26. Adjective Clause + Prepositions (or, Fancy Old English!)  The sunglasses were under the table.  I was looking for them. which for which I was looking
  • 27. Adjective Clause + Prepositions (or, Fancy Old English!)  The sunglasses were under the table. for which I was looking
  • 28. Adjective Clause + Prepositions (or, Fancy Old English!)  The sunglasses for which I was looking were under the table.
  • 29. Adjective Clause + Prepositions (Now, the normal way)  The sunglasses were under the table.  I was looking for them. which/that
  • 30. Adjective Clause + Prepositions (Now, the normal way)  The sunglasses _______________were under the table.
  • 31. Adjective Clause + Prepositions (Now, the normal way)  The sunglasses which I was looking for were under the table.