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Q: Identify the word which the italicized adjective clause modifies She has already read the book that she borrowed yesterday. she book yesterday
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User: Identify the word which the italicized adjective clause modifies She has already read the book that she borrowed yesterday. she book yesterday

Weegy: We'd like to answer this, but first can you tell us which is the italicized clause here? We cannot see it. Thanks. :)
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User: that she borrowed yesterday.

Weegy: We'd like to answer this, but can you first tell us which part is italicize? We cannot see it. Thanks. :)
stan_r|Points 522|

User: that she borrowed yesterday

Weegy: We'd like to answer this, but can you first tell us which part is italicize? We cannot see it. Thanks. :)
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User: that she borrowed yesterday is italicized

Weegy: We'd like to answer this, but first can you tell us which is the italicized clause here? We cannot see it. Thanks. :)
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She has already read the book that she borrowed yesterday.
The adjective clause "that she borrowed yesterday" modifies "book".
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