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A Smarty Activity. by . Cyndie Sebourn & Sascyn Publishing, Inc. Sentence Options: Complex Option 6. Complex Sentence: Option 6 Adjective Clause . Adjective Clauses are also Dependent Clauses that describe something else in the sentence.

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A smarty activity

A Smarty Activity

by

Cyndie Sebourn & Sascyn Publishing, Inc.

This Smarty Activity is the intellectual property of Cyndie Sebourn and Sascyn Publishing, Inc.


A smarty activity

Sentence Options: Complex Option 6

This Smarty Activity is the intellectual property of Cyndie Sebourn and Sascyn Publishing, Inc.


Complex sentence option 6 adjective clause
Complex Sentence: Option 6Adjective Clause

  • Adjective Clauses are also Dependent Clauses that describe something else in the sentence.

  • Adjective Clauses begin with one of the following relative pronouns: that, which, who, whom, whose.

This Smarty Activity is the intellectual property of Cyndie Sebourn and Sascyn Publishing, Inc.


A smarty activity

  • An Adjective Clause can be essential (needed for the sentence to make sense) or nonessential (not needed for the sentence to make sense.

  • If the adjective clause is essential, there will not be commas around it.

  • If the adjective clause is nonessential, there will be commas around it.

This Smarty Activity is the intellectual property of Cyndie Sebourn and Sascyn Publishing, Inc.


That and which
That sentence to make sense) or nonessential (not needed for the sentence to make sense. and Which

  • The Relative Pronoun “That” always begins an Essential Adjective Clause, and it does not have commas surrounding it.

  • The Relative Pronoun “Which” always begins a nonessential Adjective Clause, and it has commas surrounding it.

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Smarty practice
Smarty Practice sentence to make sense) or nonessential (not needed for the sentence to make sense.

  • The little reddish-brown lump that is the Queen edges over to The Brush and wraps her form around it. Essential – needed!

  • When you are hungry, you use the brush to draw up a pizza,which you eat contentedly while sitting cross-legged on the ocean floor. Nonessential – not needed!

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Who whom and whose
Who sentence to make sense) or nonessential (not needed for the sentence to make sense., Whom, and Whose

  • “Who,” “Whom,” and “Whose” can be essential or nonessential, depending on whether or not the sentence needs them to make sense.

  • “Now you will join the others, who made their way before you.” There is a comma before “who,” so the author meant for it to be nonessential – not needed for the sentence to make sense!

This Smarty Activity is the intellectual property of Cyndie Sebourn and Sascyn Publishing, Inc.


Smarty practice1
Smarty Practice sentence to make sense) or nonessential (not needed for the sentence to make sense.

  • The story that Julie Landry Laviolette wrote is an exciting choose your adventure story! Essential or Nonessential?

  • The story, which happens to be my favorite, has many different endings. Essential or Nonessential?

  • The boy who is the smartest is also my cousin. Essential or Nonessential?

  • “Now you will join the others, who made their way before you.” Essential or Nonessential?

This Smarty Activity is the intellectual property of Cyndie Sebourn and Sascyn Publishing, Inc.