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Identify the word which the italicized adjective clause modifies. The deer,* which come to the salt lick*, stay all summer.
"The deer" , is modified by the adjective clause "which come to the salt lake". i think you meant lake instead of lick.
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User: Identify the word which the italicized adjective clause modifies. The deer,* which come to the salt lick*, stay all summer.

Weegy: "The deer" , is modified by the adjective clause "which come to the salt lake". i think you meant lake instead of lick.
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User: A clause that may be used as a subject complement:





Weegy: The subject complement completes a reference to and/or an implication suggested by the subject of the clause. [ It shares many of the properties of the object complement, notably form and agreement, as described above under the 'Subject' and 'Object Complement' subheadings. Yet it has a few properties unique to itself, such as position. ]
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