Lets see what we can unwrap with. The

Lets see what we can unwrap with. The

Lets see what we can unwrap with. The Clau se As you know, aGroup clause is. of words with a subject & verb May or may not be a complete sentence

What about Santa??? Sorry, nothing to do with Santanot even spelled the same. Santa Claus does not have an e on the end. The Santa Clause was a Disney movie with a pun as the title. A clause, in this case, is a line in a contract. The Tim Allen character fell into a contract with a clause which stated that

since he put on the red suit, he had to become Santa Claus. Get it? What is the dependent clause in the sentence? since he put on the red suit Look at the es on clause in the pics! Independent & Dependent (Subordinate) Pretty self-explanatory

An independent clause relies on nothing else.(It can stand alone) Think S+V+Complete Thought= Indep. Kelly knows all about this one Clause Example: After I finish studying, I will go to the movies. A dependent clause relies on the rest of the

sentenceit cant stand alone because its dependent. ThinkS + V + No complete thought = Dep. Clause Example: After I finish studying, I will go to the movies. There are 3 specific types of dependent (subordinate) clauses 1. Adjective Clause

*Describes a Noun or Prn *Describes a Verb, Adjective, or Adverb 2. Adverb Clause 3. Noun Clause *The clause is used as a Noun Definition of an

Adjective Clause : A dependent clause that describes a noun or pronoun. Example: Ms. Jackson had shown slides that she had taken in Egypt. How do we know this is a clause and not a phrase? **It has a subject-she & a verb-had taken** Why is it an adjective clause? **Because that group of words is describing a noun=slides**

An adjective clause usually starts with a relative pronoun! We already covered relative pronouns, so this will be easy! Ok, whats a relative pronoun again? that, which, who, whom, whose Remember those things

that introduced a subordinate clause? These are those things!!!! Example: Leonardo da Vinci was the artist who painted the Mona Lisa. Hey, thats a subordinate clause! Definition of an Adverb Clause: A dependent clause that describes a verb, adjective, or adverb. Example: If it does not rain tomorrow, we will

go to Crater Lake. Why is this an adverb clause? B/c it is describing a verb (will go) & it has a subject & verb (It does rain) NOTICE: When an adverb clause begins a sentence, it is followed by a comma. An adverb clause is introduced by a subordinating conjunction! Remember, we did these already! You have this sheet in your binder (in grammar section!) Example: If it does not rain tomorrow, we will go to Crater Lake.

Whats the subordinating conjunction in that sentence? If Definition of a Noun Clause: A dependent clause used as a noun. EXAMPLE: Three dollars was what Daniel offered for the trinket. 3 This is a predicate nominative.A Noun Clause can be used as Subject, Predicate Nominative, DO, or an IO, or as an Object of a

Preposition. Why cant three dollars be the Noun Clause? Because that doesnt have a subject & verb and a clause has to have both! Participation is the Key! Lets Try Some! Identify the Dependent Clause & tell what type it is. is 1. My friend found the CD that my sister bought me for my birthday.

Dep. Clause: that my sister bought me for my birthday Type: Adjective Clause Why? Because it is describing CD, which is a noun 2. He skateboarded the jump as if he were an expert. Dep. Clause: as if he were an expert Type: Adverb Clause Why? Because it is describing how he skateboarded Practice Continued Continued

3. Did anyone ask her what sort of present she would like for her birthday? Dep. Clause: what sort of present she would like for her birthday Type: Type Noun Clause Why? Because it is acting as a direct object in the sentence. 4. Whoever wins the student council election will have a great deal of responsibility. Dep. Clause: whoever wins the student council election Type: Type Noun Clause Why?

Because it is acting as the subject in the sentence. Some More 5. I cant find my softball and my glove my cousin lent me. Practice Dep. Clause: Why? my cousin lent me Type: Type

Adjective Clause Because it is describing softball & glove, which are nouns 6. If you ever wanted to step into the past, youll like this museum. Dep. Clause: If you ever wanted to step into the past Type: Type

Adverb Clause Why? Because it is describing what youll like, which is a verb *What is a clause? *What is an independent clause? *What is a dependent clause? *How many types of dependent clauses are

there? *What are the 3 types of dependent clauses? *What is a noun clause? *What is an adjective clause? *What is an adverb clause? THE END!!!!

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