Orange Level - Exercise #5: Adjective Clauses (ANSWERS)

 

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.

    We sent a package to our relatives who live in Iowa.                            

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

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

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

   That's the book that everyone is reading.                                                 

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

   We bought some trees that our neighbor told us were on sale.                

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

   The car that I bought last month has a bad engine.                                 

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

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

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

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

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

   The tornado that hit Minnesota was extremely powerful.                      

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

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

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

   My wife returned the pants that were too big for me.                           

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