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Select the sentence that contains a clause used to modify the subject. The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because
he was dizzy.
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User: Select the sentence that contains a clause used to modify the subject. The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because he was dizzy.

Weegy: Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because he was dizzy.
Expert answered|hanzyboy|Points 311|

User: Select the sentence that contains a clause used to modify the verb. The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because he was dizzy.

Weegy: Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because he was dizzy.
Expert answered|hanzyboy|Points 311|

User: Select the sentence that contains a clause used to modify the subject. The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because he was dizzy.

Weegy: The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago.
Expert answered|hanzyboy|Points 311|

User: Select the sentence that contains a clause used to modify the verb. The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because he was dizzy. .

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The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. This sentence contains a clause that modifies the subject. "who wears the yellow leather coat" modifies the girl (subject).
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