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Sentence Pattern 21. SP #21 – Restrictive Adjective Clause. A clause must have a subject and a verb (unlike a phrase) A clause may be independent and be its own sentence. The ball bounced down the road. Subject Verb- (Prep Phrase)

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Sentence Pattern 21

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Sentence pattern 21

Sentence Pattern 21


Sp 21 restrictive adjective clause

SP #21 – Restrictive Adjective Clause

  • A clause must have a subject and a verb (unlike a phrase)

  • A clause may be independent and be its own sentence.

    • The ball bounced down the road.

      • Subject Verb- (Prep Phrase)

  • A clause may be DEPENDENT, which means it can NOT be its own sentence

    • It must “connect” to an independent clause.


Sentence pattern 21

  • Dependent Clauses may be:

    • Adverbial Clauses (“because”, “since”)

    • Adjective Clauses – connecting to NOUNS

  • Restrictive Adjective Clause – dependent clause (Subj & Verb), connecting to a noun, that is necessary to the meaning of the sentence. – Without the Rest Adj Clause, the sentence meaning changes

  • Common Triggers (Who, Whom, Whose, Which, That)


Examples of rest adj clause

Examples of Rest Adj Clause

  • Start with a Subj (Nouns) and then connect the RAC

  • Studentswho want to score well on their testswill prepare (with plenty) (of studying).

  • Ellisa, who was sick with swine flu,missed school yesterday.

  • The class, that worked hard on the report, earned a party.


Examples of sp 21

Examples of SP 21

  • Dowe who sang so hard his lungs burst died after the musical.

  • Mrs. Norton, to whom the Freshmen gave thunderous applause, accepted the award for Teacher of the Year.

  • Jordan, whose brother graduated a couple years ago, shared old LAL memories with his friends.

  • The book, which has the character Harry Potter, is a best-seller.

  • The ball that could bounce really high broke the window.


Sp 21 homework due block

SP 21 Homework – due Block

  • 5 Sentences using SP 21 (use each trigger – who, whom, whose, which, that)

  • 5 Sentences using SP 20

  • 1 Stage 5 Powergraph, with a conclusion (so 6 sentences) in which you use SP 18, 19 (& #7), 20, & 21.

  • TOPIC – Two qualities that make (your Greek God/…) an interesting character.


Powergraph odysseus 18 19 7 20 21

Powergraph – Odysseus 18, 19 (& #7), 20, 21

#19 & #7

#21

#18

#20

  • Exclaimed the student, “Odysseus is a great hero for two main reasons.”

  • One reason he is heroic is he protects his crew of men.

  • The Lotus Eaters who are loser weed-heads try to keep some of his men, but Odysseys defeats them.

  • Cleverness Odysseus possesses, which makes him a smart character.

  • Outsmarting the Trojans proves how intelligent he is.

  • Finally, Odysseus is both protective and clever, both of which make him a good epic hero.


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