Interactive Clause Quiz #2

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1. Living in Los Angeles, which always seems to be smoggy, is many people's dream.
    a. independent clause    b. appositive    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. phrase 

2. The guide decided to go home because the rain started to fall.
  a. independent clause     b. dependent clause    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. phrase       

3. Tony's father, a surgeon at the local hospital, donated his time to the homeless shelter.
      a. independent clause    b. appositive    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. dependent clause 

4. I will go to the play, but you will need to go to the football game with me.
     a. independent clause    b. appositive    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause    e. dependent clause

5. The actor who played Tommy on "Eight is Enough" hosted the new talk show.
  a. independent clause    b. appositive    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. phrase  

6. Billy Ray Cyrus, who only had one hit song, thinks he is Elvis.
    a. independent clause    b. appositive    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. phrase 

7. The idea that most captured the writer's imagination ended up in her latest book.
  a. independent clause    b. appositive    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. phrase 

8. If they plan to sleep here tonight, they will need to sleep on the floor.
  a. independent clause     b. dependent clause    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. phrase       

9. The team with the most points wins.
     a. independent clause    b. appositive    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause    e. dependent clause

10. The Empire State Building, which is just too darn high, seems to disappear into the night.
    a. independent clause    b. appositive    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. phrase 

11. Defending that person's behavior makes you look just as ridiculous.
  a. independent clause    b. dependent clause     c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. phrase    

12. When the doorbell rings, the dog goes nuts.
  a. independent clause     b. dependent clause    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. phrase       

13. When Sonia met Marion Jones, who is her hero, she just stared and sputtered.
    a. independent clause    b. appositive    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. phrase 

14.After losing our luggage, we went to the store and bought new clothes.
  a. independent clause    b. appositive    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. phrase  

15. His best friend, Henry, plans on attending Harvard.
      a. independent clause    b. appositive    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. dependent clause 

16. The couch that arrived today matches the carpet in the living room.
  a. independent clause    b. appositive    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. phrase     

17. Maybe we should go to the store before spending all of the grocery money.
  a. independent clause      b. dependent clause     c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. phrase    

18. You can learn from television, but it can also rot your brain.
     a. independent clause    b. appositive    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause    e. dependent clause

19. After we visit the zoo, we will have lunch.
     a. independent clause    b. appositive    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause    e. dependent clause

20. The bee that bit him was a yellow jacket.
  a. independent clause    b. appositive    c. restrictive clause    d. non-restrictive clause     e. phrase