Q. Identify the clauses and point it whether it is a Noun Clause, Adjective Clause, Adverb Clause.
a) The bankers need to know what they should do.
Ans. what they should do-Noun Clause
b) The books, which are lost, are not really necessary.
Ans. which are lost-Adjective Clause
c) Whether you like it or not, you have to go to bed now.
Ans. Whether you like it or not-Adverb Clause
d) Students who are intelligent get good grades.
Ans. who are intelligent-Adjective Clause
e) No one knows he is.
Ans. who he is-Noun Clause
f) When I was younger, I thought so.
Ans. when I was younger-Adverb Clause
g) He laughs best who laughs last.
Ans. who laughs last-Adjective Clause
h) I went to see what had happened.
Ans. what had happened-Noun Clause
i) He met a girl whose eyes were blue.
Ans. whose eyes were blue-Adjective Clause
j) I shall remain where I am.
Ans. where I am-Adverb Clause
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