1) The angler said that he hadn't caught any fish that morning. (adverb clause modifying the verb 'said')

2) I wondered if she was free. (adverb clause modifying the verb 'wondered')

3) Though he didn't receive formal schooling, he is clever and industrious. (adjective clause modifying the subject)

4) The boys who misbehaved in the class were suspended. (adjective clause modifying the subject 'the boys')

5) He who laughs last laughs best. (adjective clause modifying the pronoun 'he')

Have I classified the sentences correctly?


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