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Mary goes to school unless she is ill. What is the adverb clause and what is the word modified
Adverbs are the words that tell us more about the actual verb that is being used. It is the adverb that changes the verb, and they can also change adjectives. The adjective is the word that will give us more information about the noun. [ [ Noun also includes noun phrases and pronouns. Just like the adverbs, the adjectives change the noun. The main job of the adverb is to give us more detailed
information about the adjective, verb and other adverbs being used. ] ]
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Mary comes to school unless she is ill
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The music box which I bought yesterday just broke. What is the relative pronoun in that sentence?
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Mary comes to school unless she is ill. Identify Adverb clause and the word modified
Weegy: Adverbs are the words that tell us more about the actual verb that is being used. It is the adverb that changes the verb, and they can also change adjectives. The adjective is the word that will give us more information about the noun. [ [ Noun also includes noun phrases and pronouns. Just like the adverbs, the adjectives change the noun. The main job of the adverb is to give us more detailed information about the adjective, verb and other adverbs being used. ] ] User: In the sentence: Mary comes to school unless she is ill. What is the adverb clause? What is the word modified? (More)
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Mary comes to school unless she is ill.
Adverb clause is "unless she is ill". It modifies "Comes"
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