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Q: Identify the subordinate clause and tell if it is used as a noun, adjective, or adverb. Click on the blue box until the correct answer appears. The 4-H Club is looking for students who are loyal
and industrious.
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User: A clause that may modify a verb:

User: Identify the subordinate clause and tell if it is used as a noun, adjective, or adverb. Click on the blue box until the correct answer appears. The 4-H Club is looking for students who are loyal and industrious.

Weegy: subordinate clause is looking for students, and it's a noun clause
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User: Identify the word which the italicized adverb clause modifies. John finished his work quickly (after taking a break).

Weegy: Here "quickly" is the adverb which is modifying the verb "finished".
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User: Identify the use of the italicized noun clause. What books tell us should encourage us to learn more.

Weegy: subject complement
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A clause that may modify a verb is called an adverb clause.
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The 4-H Club is looking for students who are loyal and industrious.
Subordinate clause: who are loyal and industrious; used as an adjective.
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What books tell us should encourage us to learn more.
Noun clause: What books tell us;
Used as: subject
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