Grammar Quiz

Independent vs Subordinate Clause Quiz


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There would be less tension between them if they could just see eye to eye.
     
      A.     Independent
      B.     Subordinate
      C.     I’m not sure


 When you finish the test, be sure to print out your score.
     
      A.     Independent 
      B.     Subordinate


 Before you go, would you please be sure to clean up the mess you make?
     
      A.     Independent
      B.     Subordinate
      C.     I’m not sure


     In order that we may be respectful of the presenters, please turn off your cell phones.
     
      A.     Independent
      B.     Subordinate
      C.     I’m not sure


Even though it was snowing, Aunt Ethyl insisted on watering the flowers.
     
      A.     Independent
      B.     Subordinate


     Jason took a nap before he left for his friend’s house.
     
      A.     Independent
      B.     Subordinate
      C.     I’m not sure


Since she was only just around the corner, Paula decided to walk to the store instead of driving.
     
      A.     Independent
      B.     Subordinate
      C.     I’m not sure


 I’m bringing my homework along even though we don’t plan to stay long.
     
      A.     Independent
      B.     Subordinate
      C.     I’m not sure


     As we walked down the street, it began to rain.
     
      A.     Independent 
      B.     Subordinate


     Jimi Hendrix upset his dentist when he told him that he played the guitar with his teeth.
     
      A.     Independent 
      B.     Subordinate


     If you have any spare gum, may I have some?
     
      A.     Independent
      B.     Subordinate


 Coming around the corner, Bill ran right into Marlene.
     
      A.     Independent 
      B.     Subordinate


     Since the referee was in a good mood, he only called 5-yard penalties that day.
     
      A.     Independent 
      B.     Subordinate


     It seemed like only yesterday that I was here playing tag with my friends Julie and Laurie
     
      A.     Independent
      B.     Subordinate
      C.     I’m not sure


You can keep your privileges as long as we continue to see progress.
     
      A.     Independent
      B.     Subordinate
      C.     I’m not sure


 Although you may disagree, I still say Sheila is the best person for the job.
     
      A.     Independent
      B.     Subordinate
      C.     I’m not sure


     Please call me when you get home.
     
      A.     Independent 
      B.     Subordinate


     Despite his mother’s reluctance, Rauol plunged ahead and bought a wolverine.
     
      A.     Independent 
      B.     Subordinate


     I knew this was going to be an exciting game when Andrew took his first swing.
     
      A.     Independent
      B.     Subordinate
      C.     I’m not sure


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