Grammar Quiz

Clause Quiz


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Willy will go back earlier so that he can say goodbye to her brother who will go to Canada.

Find out the adjective clause from the sentence above!

A. Willy will go back earlier so that he can say goodbye to her brother

B. he can say goodbye to her brother who will go to Canada

C. Willy will go back earlier

D. There is nothing adjective clause in that sentence.


She is the woman whom I always meet in the garden.

A. Noun clause as object

B. Noun clause as subject

C. Adjective clause

D. Adverb clause of place


Because I don’t have a pen, I don’t write.

A. Adverb clause of reason

B. Adverb clause of condition

C. Adverb clause of purpose

D. Adverb clause of contrast


I must do whatever my doctor says to me.

A. Noun clause as subject

B. Noun clause as object

C. Noun clause as object of verb

D. Noun clause as object of preposition


I think that Nurul wants to memorize whatever her instructor mentions during the vocabulary session.

How many clauses in the sentence above?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4


They sat wherever they find empty seat.

A. Adverb clause of condition

B. Adverb clause of purpose

C. Adverb clause of time

D. Adverb clause of place


What I cooked yesterday was very delicious.

A. Noun clause as subject

B. Noun clause as object

C. Noun clause as object of verb

D. Noun clause as object of preposition


They always remember whatever their teacher say to them.

A. Adverb clause of reason

B. Adjective clause

C. Noun clause as object

D. Noun clause as subject


Willy will go back earlier so that he can say goodbye to her brother who will go to Canada.

How many clauses in the sentence above?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4


Whoever wants to know should ask me.

A. Adverb clause of reason

B. Noun clause as object

C. Noun clause as subject

D. Adjective clause


Even though I have a lot of weakness, he always loves me.

A. Adverb clause of reason

B. Adverb clause of contrast

C. Adverb clause of purpose

D. Adverb clause of condition


As we can’t speak English fluently, we take course in the evening.

A. Adjective clause

B. Adverb clause of purpose

C. Adverb clause of reason

D. Adverb clause of condition


I have taken a bath before she comes.

A. Noun clause as subject

B. Noun clause as object

C. Adverb clause of time

D. Noun clause as object of preposition


Sarah will go to the party with whom she likes.

A. Adverb clause of place

B. Adverb clause of purpose

C. Noun clause as object of verb

D. Noun clause as object of preposition


After I left the room, everyone was screaming.

A. Adverb clause of place

B. Adverb clause of time

C. Noun clause as object

D. Noun clause as subject




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