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Identify the word which the italicized adverb clause modifies. Andrea is as talented *as any person I know.*
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User: Identify the word which the italicized adverb clause modifies. Andrea is as talented *as any person I know.*





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User: Identify the main clause in the sentence below. Then decide if the subordinate clause is used as noun, adjective, or adverb. After we have read the story, we will talk about it.

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