How to master identifying noun, adjective and adverb clauses?
I find them extremely confusing. How should I get rid of this confusion?
- AmulyaPLv 52 months agoFavorite Answer
Noun clauses demonstrate the importance of noun.
For instance, This is my birth place.It's a simple sentence.Here " my birth place " is complement of the verb " is ".It can be made a complex sentence by using a noun clause. This is the place where I was born.
Adjective Clause= Adjective clauses give stress on the adjective.
He is an intelligent boy. It's a simple sentence which be turned into a complex sentence using an adjective clause.
He is a boy who is intelligent.
Adverb clauses do the actions of adverb.
She came at night. It's a simple sentence which can be made complex by adding an adverbial clause.
She came when it was night.
What I have mentioned may not be accurate , please reestimate.