Essential Vs. Nonessential: Question Preview (ID: 12681)


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The man who saved my son's life is a retired teacher.
a) essential adjective clause b) nonessential adjective clasue c) none of the above d)
My sister, who lives in China, came to stay yesterday. (I've only one sister.)
a) essential b) nonessential c) none of the above d)
Mr brother who lives in Australia came to see us last week. (I have 5 brothers)
a) essential adjective clause b) nonessential adjective clause c) none of the above d)
The woman, who was dressed in a bright red coat, came running up to us.
a) essential adjective clause b) nonessential adjective clause c) none of the above d)
Which adjective clause is punctuated correctly?
a) Mrs. Smith who is a retired teacher does voluntary work at the centre. b) People, who speak Spanish, are eligible to apply for this job. c) d) Carmen, who missed the class yesterday, had to explain her absence to the teacher.
Which adjective Clause is NOT punctuated correctly?
a) All the students who missed the class were given extra homework. b) The scientist, who lectured at the university yesterday, predicted another early breakthrough. c) Dr. Robbins, who lectured at the university last night, warned of an ecological disaster. d)
Which adjective Clause is NOT punctuated correctly?
a) The canals, which lie between Manchester and London are becoming a very popular means of transport. b) The man, who got the nobel prize, came to the party yesterday. c) I received the file which was compiled by you. d)
Which adjective clause is punctuated correctly?
a) Rice, which is grown in many countries, is a staple food throughout much of the world. b) Linda Smith, who speaks Spanish, should apply for the job. c) The library, which is equipped with modern computers, is the largest in Hong Kong. d)
When the bell rings, we must be started on our bellwork.
a) essential adjective clause b) nonessential adjective clause c) none of the above d)
I yelled when everyone jumped up and yelled, "Surprise!"
a) essential adjective clause b) non essential adjective clause c) none of the above d)
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