A. Rewriting Adjectival Clauses as Main Clauses
Directions: Rewrite each sentence by changing an adjectival subordinate clause into a main clause. (You can do this by creating two main clauses or by creating compound finite verbs in one main clause.)
1. The glass leaves, which all fell from the tree, were
2. She stepped into her carriage, which was pulled by
3. But the people who saw it were afraid.
4. The next day, the cat, who saw the duckling, began
5. The man who shall come to your house with one shoe,
will be king.
Directions: Rewrite each sentence by changing a main clause into an adjectival subordinate clause.
1. The men went on the Argo. They were called Argonauts.
2. Thrym was the giant. He took the hammer.
3. The little birds in the bushes were afraid and flew
4. They made a big ship. They named it "Argo."
5. The goat was hungry and he ate all the leaves.