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Which answer combines the following ideas with an adjective clause while retaining the meaning of the original sentences? John Keats wrote poetry. He lived in the nineteenth century. a. John
Keats wrote poetry in the nineteenth century. b. John Keats, who wrote poetry, lived in the nineteenth century. In the nineteenth century, John Keats wrote poetry.
The sentence that combines the ideas with an adjective clause while retaining the meaning of the original sentences is: John Keats, who wrote poetry, lived in the nineteenth century.
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User: Which answer combines the following ideas with an adjective clause while retaining the meaning of the original sentences? John Keats wrote poetry. He lived in the nineteenth century. a. John Keats wrote poetry in the nineteenth century. b. John Keats, who wrote poetry, lived in the nineteenth century. In the nineteenth century, John Keats wrote poetry.

Weegy: The answer is a. John Keats wrote poetry in the nineteenth century.
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The sentence that combines the ideas with an adjective clause while retaining the meaning of the original sentences is: John Keats, who wrote poetry, lived in the nineteenth century.
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