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Combining Sentences 
to Create Adjectival Clauses
Based on "Androcles and the Lion"
The Children's Own Readers - Book Three
by Mary E. Pennell and Alice M. Cusack, Illustrated by Maurice Day and Harold Sichel
Boston: Ginn and Company 1929

Use one of the following subordinating conjunctions to combine the sentences by making one of the main clauses subordinate -- where, who, whose
1. Put parentheses ( ) around each prepositional phrase. 
2. Underline subjects once, finite verbs twice, and label complements ("PN," "PA," "IO," "DO").
3. Place brackets around each subordinate clause. Draw an arrow from the opening bracket of each adverbial clause to the word that the clause modifies. 
4. Put a vertical line at the end of every main clause.

1. Many years ago there lived in Rome a slave by the name of Androcles. His master was a cruel man.

2. He hid himself in a cave in the rocks. There he tried to plan what he should do next.

3. The lion was a good hunter. Every day he brought back meat for his friend.

4. The soldiers took Androcles back to Rome. They threw him into prison.

5. The seats were full of men and women. They had come to see Androcles fight for his life with a lion.