Which sentences contain a restrictive clause?

2. My grandmother, who was growing crankier by the day, scolded him harshly. 4.Our teacher, who was always ready to share in a good joke, laughed with us A restrictive clause is an adjective clause that is essential to the meaning of a sentence because it limits the thing it refers to.

1 & 3 1. We fed the kittens that we found in the shed. 3. This is the house that I grew up in. Explanation: 2 & 4 both are wrong.

1 and 3 seem to be the right answer because the others don’t specify.

1 and 3 is the answer I think

1. We fed the kittens that we found in the shed. 3. This is the house that I grew up in.

Answer 6

Just finished the mastery test. The answer is 1 and 3.

Answer 7

The answer is 2. Hope it helps!

I think the sentences that contain a restrictive clause is the 2nd and 4th one.

Restrictive clauses are essential for the meaning of a sentence and are never separated from the rest of the sentence using commas, unlike the nonrestrictive ones. So, having that in mind, the sentences that contain a restrictive clause are 1 and 3. In both of these sentences, restrictive clauses (in 1, that we found in the shed, and in 3. that I grew up in) are important to understand the whole sentence and cannot be deleted. In 2 and 4, however, the clauses inside the commas are not relevant for the meaning of the whole sentence.

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The sentences that contain a restrictive clause are 1 and 3. Because in sentence 1, The writer stated “That we found in the shed”. Also in sentence 3, The writer stated “That I grew up in”. These are important to in order to understand the whole sentence and cannot be deleted. Good luck (:

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