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Q: Since the football team was good this year, the homecoming game was sold out. The main clause is _____.
A: The main clause is: the homecoming game was sold out.
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User: Select the correct and entire main clause of the sentence. Since the football team was good this year, the homecoming game was sold out. The main clause is _____.

User: Select the correct and entire main clause of the sentence. Since the football team was good this year, the homecoming game was sold out. The main clause is _____.

User: Since the football team was good this year, the homecoming game was sold out. The main clause is _____.



Weegy: The main clause is: the homecoming game was sold out.
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