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Final exam reviewAdjective Clauses

1. A clause is a group of words with a subject and


a verb.
2. An adjective clause describes a noun or
pronoun.
3. The two types of adjective clauses are
identifying and non-identifying.
4. The relative pronouns are who/whom, that,
which, whose.
5. Reese Witherspoon starred in Legally Blond,
which was a surprisingly good movie.
6. The U.S. Census Bureau reported that 33% of
women that/who were 25 to 29 years old had a
bachelors degree or higher in 2007.
7. Workers who/that were 18 and older with a
bachelors degree earned an average of $56,788
in 2006.
8. Others who/that had a high school diploma
earned $31,071.
9. I dont know if Reese Witherspoon, who earns
millions and doesnt really need one, has a
college degree.
10. Sandra Bullock, whose latest movie opened last
weekend, has starred in romantic comedies,
police thrillers, and science fiction movies.
11. The Blind Side, which Sandra Bullock stars in,
looks like an interesting movie.
12.The movie, which is about a young man, a kind
woman, and her family, is based on a true story.
13.This young man, who becomes a professional
football player, has no family.
14. Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz are making a
movie that/which is called Knight and Day in
Cadiz, Spain.
15. Bulls which escaped and ran through the streets
are being used in the movie.
16. The bulls ran down the street to the beach
where they ended up.
17. If they had turned right instead of left, they
could have ended up in a park where there were
many children playing.
18. Holiday shoppers that/who will pay for the
holiday gifts with cash will cut back on holiday
gifts by a few hundred dollars this year.
19. Unemployment that/which is making paying
the bills harder to do has rocketed past 10
percent for only the second time since World
War II.
20. People that/who intend to spend less during the
holidays say that they are stressed out because
they dont want to hurt anyones feelings.