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The clams, which he ate, were still fresh. Main clause: which he ateThe clams were still freshThe clams which he ate Subordinate clause type: adjectiveadverbnoun
Main clause: The clams were still fresh. Subordinate clause (which he ate) type: adjective.
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Main clause: The clams were still fresh.
Subordinate clause (which he ate) type: adjective.
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