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Select the correct and entire subordinate clause of the sentence. A survey revealed that over 80 percent of polluters meet the Federal regulations
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User: Select the correct and entire subordinate clause of the sentence. A survey revealed that over 80 percent of polluters meet the Federal regulations

Weegy: that over 80 percent of polluters
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User: Select the correct and entire subordinate clause of the sentence. We all enjoyed ourselves when we went to the Fourth of July picnic





Weegy: The subordinate clause is: when we went to the Fourth of July picnic.[smile]
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