Making Sentences With Non-defining Adjective Clauses

Combine the two sentences into one by using a non-defining adjective clause.
Example: Ottawa is the capital of Canada. It has a population of less than a million.
Answer: Ottawa, which is the capital of Canada, has a population of less than a million.

Type the combined sentence in the blank.

  1. Last night we had Japanese food. I love it.

  2. Norm's brother is getting married this weekend. Norm is giving a speech at the wedding reception.

  3. The Amazon River is perhaps the longest river in the world. It contains a fifth of the world's river water.

  4. I got 6.5 on IELTS. It enabled me to get into the university I applied to.

  5. The Taj Mahal is the most famous building in India. It was built in memory of the emperor's third wife.

  6. Once a year, I visit Toronto. I grew up there.

  7. They met in New York. They fell in love and got married there.

  8. The Beatles recorded in the 1960's. They are the most influential pop band of the twentieth century.

  9. I went to England with Tony. He had never been there before.

  10. The meeting was cancelled. This surprised a lot of people.