Grammar Quiz

Noun, Adjective, and Adverb Clauses Quiz


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Whoever eats the last brownie has to wash the pan!

A. noun clause

B. adjective clause

C. adverb clause


Do you remember the boy who got sprayed by a skunk?

A. noun clause

B. adjective clause

C. adverb clause


Sally got her sewing machine, fabric, and thread ready before she started making blankets.

A. noun clause

B. adjective clause

C. adverb clause


A friend is a person whom you can trust.

A. noun clause

B. adjective clause

C. adverb clause


Megan Hilty sang exactly what I like to hear.

A. noun clause

B. adjective clause

C. adverb clause


How is the clause being used in the sentence?

Megan Hilty sang exactly what I like to hear.

A.subject
B.direct object
C.subject complement
D.object of preposition

Although they played many kinds of games, the students liked the home made board games the best.

A. noun clause

B. adjective clause

C. adverb clause


How is the clause being used in the sentence?

Whoever eats the last brownie had to clean the pan!

A. object of preposition

B. direct object

C. subject complement

D. subject


I don’t like to hear about that time you were in trouble.

A. noun clause

B. adjective clause

C. adverb clause


How is the clause being used in the sentence?

Mrs. Deal is looking for whoever ate her chocolate.

A. subject

B. direct object

C. subject complement

D. object of preposition


The girl’s worst flaw is that she has on too much makeup.

A. noun clause

B. adjective clause

C. adverb clause


That boy who reads all the time tripped in the hall.

A. noun clause

B. adjective clause

C. adverb clause


While some students played basketball, others played football.

A. noun clause

B. adjective clause

C. adverb clause


When it rains, I take a nap.

A. noun clause

B. adjective clause

C. adverb clause


How is the clause being used in the sentence?

The girl’s worst flaw is that she is wearing too much makeup.

A. subject

B. direct object

C. subject complement

D. object of preposition


Because her son was late getting home, his mom was worried about him.

A. noun clause

B. adjective clause

C. adverb clause


After the movie had finished, the viewers threw away all their trash.

A. noun clause

B. adjective clause

C. adverb clause


Mrs. Deal is looking for whoever ate her chocolate.

A. noun clause

B. adjective clause

C. adverb clause


Whenever he eats breakfast, he shovels it in because he is always late.

A. noun clause

B. adjective clause

C. adverb clause




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