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Interrogative pronouns are used to ask questions.
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In the sentence below, identify the adverb clause, subordinating conjunction, and the word(s) modified. The red roosters squawked because all of the hens had been painted blue.
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is the subordinate clause "since it is not true" a noun clause, an adjective clause, or an adverb clause?
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In the sentence below, identify the adverb clause, subordinating conjunction, and the word(s) modified. As soon as the bell rang, Mike was out of the classroom door.
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As soon as the bell rang, Mike was out of the classroom door. Adverb clause is "As soon as the bell rang". The subordinating conjuction is "As". The words modified "was out of the classroom door".
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