Adjective Clauses (English)
This is an open course in adjective clauses of English grammar. It starts with a lesson on the basics of adjectives and then moves to a lesson on the basics of clauses. Then we put those things together and learn about adjective clauses. Finally, we learn how to reduce an adjective clause to make an adjective phrase. If you already understand adjectives and clauses, you can skip those topics, but they also may be useful to review before starting the more difficult material. When you begin this course and enter the "UCI Learn" page, click on "log in as guest."
International Programs Dept. | University Extension Sch. | University of California, Irvine
Keywords: adjective clause,grammar,adjective,adjective phrase,English practice
- Tamy Chapman
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Topic 1 - Adjectives
You probably know what nouns and verbs are. Do you know what adjectives are? If you don't, or if you forgot, watch this short video that explains what they are.
Topic 2 - Clauses
Now that you know what adjectives are, there is one more thing you need to be clear about before you can learn about adjective clauses. You need to understand what clauses are in sentences. The video below will explain what clauses are and what the the different types are.
Topic 3 - Adjective Clauses
Now that you know what adjectives and clauses are, let's look at our main topic for this course: adjective clauses. First, watch the three videos below that explain what they are.
Topic 4 - Reduced Adjective Clauses
The last topic for this lesson is reduced adjective clauses. First, watch this short video that explains what they are.