DIRECTIONS for questions: Pick out the clause in each of the following sentence, and say what kind of clause it is, and with what word it is connected: -
Where are the people whom I knew?
Whom I knew; Adjective Clause
Can a human-being live whose soul is dead?
Whose soul is dead; Adjective Clause
I think that he will pass-out.
that he will; Noun Clause
I want to find the person who did this.
who did this; Noun Clause
He made a vow that he would not eat for a week.
that he would; Noun Clause
Have you heard that Shyam has won the prize?
that Shyam has won the prize; Noun Clause
It was not the vizier whom the king suspected.
whom the king suspected; Adjective Clause
He admitted that he wrote the letter.
that he wrote the letter; Noun Clause
That he will do it, I have no doubt.
That he will do it; Noun Clause
I know the place which you mention.
which you mention; Adjective Clause
That such a thing could happen, I do not believe.
That such a thing could happen; Noun Clause
When he heard this he turned very pale.
When he heard this; Noun Clause
Have you seen the horse that he has bought?
that he has bought; Adjective Clause
My father hopes that you will visit us.
you will visit us; Noun Clause
He behaved as a brave man should do.
as a brave man should do; Adjective Clause
I will wait until the next train comes.
until the next train comes; Adverb Clause
The general feared that he would be surrounded.
that he would be surrounded; Adverb Clause
He ate when he was hungry.
when he was hungry; Adverb Clause
Since he has been in hospital he has improved greatly.
Since he has been in hospital; Adverb Clause
As I was going in my father came out.
As I was going; Adverb Clause
Verbal Preparation Series