Embedded_Clauses

Embedded_Clauses - LO: To find and punctuate an embedded...

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Copy out these sentences in  your book.  Then underline the  embedded clauses. Oh no! Someone has left the commas out!   Copy these sentences and put the  commas back around the embedded  clause. LO: To find and punctuate an embedded clause in a sentence. 1. The  boy, who was only seven, could play the piano. 2. The beach, which was very crowded, was hotter than ever. 3. The ball, which was kicked by the goal keeper, flew through the air. 4. The music which was too loud gave me a headache. 5. The old lady who had lots of bags waited for a taxi. 6. The bus which was empty sped down the street.
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Oh no! Someone has left the commas out!   Copy these sentences and put the  commas back around the embedded  clause. Can you put the embedded clauses in the  middle of the right main clause?   Don’t  forget the commas! LO: To find and punctuate an embedded clause in a sentence.
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