Examples of Adjective Clause: Below are some examples of sentences containing adjective clauses, with explanations. 1) The lady who lives across the street is my aunt. The subject of the clause is "who" and the verb is "lives".What is the difference between clause and sentence?
The main difference between clause and sentence is that a sentence always conveys an independent meaning whereas a clause does not always convey an independent meaning. ... A complex sentence is one that contains one independent clause and at least one dependent clause.Which group of words is an adjective clause in the sentence?
An adjective = a word that modifies a noun or pronoun. An essential (restrictive) adjective clause = a group of dependent words with a subject and a predicate, modifying a noun or pronoun in the main part of the sentence and essential to the meaning of the sentence.