An adjective clause is a group of words that contains a subject and a predicate of its own and does the work of an adjective. Example: The umbrella which has a broken handle is mine.
Q. Circle the adjective clauses.
- My neighbour is a woman who has long hair.
- The gift that Mohit brought was the best.
- Here is the dress you want.
- He never does anything that is silly.
- I remember the e-mail that he wrote to me.
Q. Fill in the blanks with suitable adjective clauses.
- Boys _____________, will not be promoted.
- Where is the book _____________?
- Water _____________, should be kept in a covered jar.
- He went away by the train _____________.
- The boy _____________, received the prize.