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An adjective clause may modify a(n) _____.
Noun Clause
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User: Identify the subordinate clause and tell if it is used as an adjective, adverb, or noun. The student who had not studied the lessons failed the test.

User: Subordinating conjunctions introduce _____.

User: An adjective clause may modify a(n) _____.

Weegy: Noun Clause
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User: A clause used as the subject of a verb is called a(n) _____.

User: For the sentence below, determine how the word in italics is used. Is it a relative pronoun, a subordinating conjunction, or neither? Be sure to tell me which you prefer.

Weegy: relative pronoun
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User: For the sentence below, determine how the word whose is used. Is it a relative pronoun, a subordinating conjunction, or neither? The man whose car I borrowed filled it with gasoline.

Weegy: subordinating conjunction
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User: For the sentence below, determine how the word about is used. Is it a relative pronoun, a subordinating conjunction, or neither? It was Mr. Adams who told me about the fire drill. relative pronoun subordinating conjunction neither

Weegy: relative pronoun
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User: Adjective clauses usually begin with _____.

Weegy: A subordinate clause used as an adjective. Example: Students who are intelligent understand adjectives.
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User: Select each answer that completes the sentence correctly. A subordinate clause... has a subject. has a predicate. expresses a complete thought. can stand alone as a sentence.

User: A clause that may modify a verb:

User: A clause that may be used as the object of a preposition:





Weegy: It is known as a 'Noun Clause' and it is able to function as a noun, which can be classified as an object, compliment or subject.
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