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Identify the subordinate clause. Marshall calls a foul . . . Spectators cheer . . . Although the disc was intercepted . . . Rules are followed . . .
Although the disc was intercepted is a subordinate clause because it's introduced by a subordinating conjunction.
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User: Identify the subordinate clause. Marshall calls a foul . . . Spectators cheer . . . Although the disc was intercepted . . . Rules are followed . . .

Weegy: Although the disc was intercepted is a subordinate clause because it's introduced by a subordinating conjunction.
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User: Identify the independent clause. If Gina catches . . . David throws . . . When coach arrives . . . Since they scored . . .

Weegy: The independent clause is, David throws.
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User: Which kind of clause modifies adjectives, verbs, or adverbs? independent clause noun clause adverb clause adjective clause

Weegy: A clause that modifies a noun is an adjective clause.
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User: Which sentence contains a nonessential adjective clause? The coach explained the rules that the officials revised in 2010. The coach who is an expert in the sport explained the revised rules to us. After explaining the rules to us, the coach released us to the field. The officials revised the rules, which the coach explained to us before practice.

Weegy: The sentence containing a nonessential adjective clause is: b. The coach who is an expert in the sport explained the revised rules to us.
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User: The coach will give whoever scores the first goal a disc signed by Joel Silver. Select the answer that identifies the part of speech the noun clause performs in the sentence. subject indirect object object of preposition predicate nominative





Weegy: The coach will give whoever scores the first goal a disc signed by Joel Silver: object of preposition.
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