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Enrique will visit his cousin when school is out. What does the adverb clause modify?
Enrique will visit his cousin when school is out. The adverb clause 'when school is out' modifies the verb phrase 'will visit'.
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User: Enrique will visit his cousin when school is out. What does the adverb clause modify?

Weegy: The answer is when school is out.
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Asked 6/20/2012 4:56:18 PM
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Enrique will visit his cousin when school is out.
The adverb clause 'when school is out' modifies the verb phrase 'will visit'.
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