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Cathy went to the store because we were out of milk. The main clause is _____.
The main clause in the sentence, Cathy went to the store because we were out of milk, is: Cathy went to the store.
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User: Cathy went to the store because we were out of milk. The main clause is _____.



Weegy: The main clause in the sentence, Cathy went to the store because we were out of milk, is: Cathy went to the store.
Expert answered|Butterflybaby|Points 111|

User: Since the football team was good this year, the homecoming game was sold out. The main clause is _____.

Weegy: There are 2 clauses in that sentence: The main clause is "the homecoming game was sold out" , which is a noun. The second is an adjective clause "since the football team was good this year"
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User: We will meet at the Shakin' Diner after the football game for a late dinner. The main clause is _____.

Weegy: The main clause is 'We will meet at the shakin' Diner"
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