Adjective Clauses. At a certain point in your writing in English, you should be able to identify every sentence you write as simple, compound, or complex.
Two additional structures, adjective clauses and appositives, will give you a much greater sentence variety within which to accomplish your writing objectives. This page contains a small amount of information about adjective clauses along with just ten very difficult exercises. First, we will define what adjective clauses are and how they work. An adjective clause is a dependent clause that modifies a noun. Punctuation Self-Test. OWL Writing Exercises. On Punctuation. Punctuation Game for Kids - Fun Grammar Practice Exercise Activity.
Punctuation marks exercise. There! Their! Literacy, Key Stage 2. Sentence Detectives A useful site for teaching basic punctuation marks such as question marks, exclamation marks and full stops.
Includes a download option. Questions. Sentence Level: Basic Punctuation. Writing (Punctuation and Grammar) Plants Punctuation - Can your pupils add the correct punctuation to these sentences?
Contributed by Carol Vincent. Punctuation Posters - A set of 11 brilliant posters (in PDF), outlining the uses of different types of punctuation. Contributed by Neil Hedworth. Tarzan Punctuation - A SMART Notebook file, which children can read and then devise actions to represent each missing punctuation mark. Contributed by Zoe Mitchell.