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Ninth Grade (Grade 9) Phrases and Clauses Questions

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Grade 9 Phrases and Clauses
Which of the following is a dependent clause?
  1. If the weather is still nice
  2. That's the most spectacular view of all
  3. You'll want to take pictures
  4. You will reach the city of Asheville later
Grade 9 Phrases and Clauses
Grade 9 Phrases and Clauses
What is the dependent clause in the following sentence?

Although Bill was sick, he still went to work.
  1. Although
  2. Although Bill was sick
  3. he still went to work
  4. still went to work
Grade 9 Phrases and Clauses
Grade 9 Phrases and Clauses
The claws of the eagle were sharp.

In the sentence above, what is the function of the prepositional phrase?
  1. It functions as a pronoun.
  2. It functions as an adjective.
  3. It functions as an adverb.
  4. It functions as an infinitive.
Grade 9 Phrases and Clauses
What does every clause have?
  1. a subordinating conjunction
  2. a FANBOYS conjunction
  3. both a subject and a verb
  4. a subject or a verb
Grade 9 Phrases and Clauses
What do you need to add to a subordinate clause to make it a complete thought?
  1. another subordinate clause
  2. an independent clause
  3. a subject
  4. a verb
Grade 9 Phrases and Clauses
What can you add to a subordinate clause, like the one below, to make it a complete thought?

If she goes on vacation this summer
  1. You can add a subject to make the clause a complete thought.
  2. You can add a verb to make the clause a complete thought.
  3. You can add an independent clause to make this a complete thought.
  4. You can add a phrase to make this a complete thought.
Grade 9 Phrases and Clauses
What can you take away from a subordinate clause, like the one below, to make it a complete thought?

Because I am hungry.
  1. You can take away the subject to make the clause a complete thought.
  2. You can take away the predicate to make the clause a complete thought.
  3. You can take away the FANBOYS conjunction to make the clause a complete thought.
  4. You can take away the subordinating conjunction to make the clause a complete thought.
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