Identify the adjective phrases and adjective clauses from the following sentences and state them appropriately.
1.We bought a ring made of gold.
2.The letter brought money which was badly needed.
3.Mother Teresa was a woman of great strength.
4.The gift that you gave me was nice.
5. She is a teacher with great experience.
6. Balu was a friend with plenty of guts.
7.The house that I live belongs to my father.
8.Martin Luther King was a man without a fault.
9.Do you know the boy who is wearing a red shirt?
10.The explanation that he gave was not satisfactory.

Dear student 

An adjective clause contains a subject pronoun.Words such as who, whom, that, which, when, where and why are used to describe the subject. This can be shortened into an adjective phrase by â€‹removing the subject pronoun (or) by removing the subject pronoun and changing the verb to the –ing form.

So the answers are - 

1.We bought a ring made of gold. - Adjective phrase
2.The letter brought money which was badly needed. - Adjective clause
3.Mother Teresa was a woman of great strength. - Adjective phrase
4.The gift that you gave me was nice.
 - Adjective clause
5. She is a teacher with great experience. - Adjective phrase
6. Balu was a friend with plenty of guts. - Adjective phrase
7.The house that I live in belongs to my father. - Adjective clause
8.Martin Luther King was a man without a fault.- Adjective phrase
9.Do you know the boy who is wearing a red shirt? - Adjective clause
10.The explanation that he gave was not satisfactory. - Adjective clause


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