Orange Level - Exercise #5: Adjective Clauses

 

Directions: Combine two sentences together to make one sentence. Put the adjective clause after the noun that it describes. You can use "who" or "that" to put the clauses together.

Example: The student is a very nice person. / She comes from Japan.

                The student who comes from Japan is a very nice person.

 

1. We sent a package to our relatives. They live in Iowa.

    ______________________________________________________________________________.

2. The woman works as a cashier. She sits next to me in class.

   ______________________________________________________________________________.

3. That's the book. Everyone is reading it.

   ______________________________________________________________________________.

4. We bought some trees. Our neighbor told us they were on sale.

   ______________________________________________________________________________.

5. The car has a bad engine. I bought it last month.

   ______________________________________________________________________________.

6. I lived in an apartment building. It had a very slow elevator.

   ______________________________________________________________________________.

7. You should see a doctor. He can help you with your back problems.

   ______________________________________________________________________________.

8. The tornado was extremely powerful. It hit Minnesota.

   ______________________________________________________________________________.

9. We saw the woman at the grocery store. She lives next door to us.

   ______________________________________________________________________________.

10. My wife returned the pants. They were too big for me.

   ______________________________________________________________________________.

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