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At six o'clock Mr. Jones and some undercover police officers boarded the bus as if they had been total strangers. subordinate clause
The subordinate clause in this sentence is: as if they had been total strangers.
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User: At six o'clock Mr. Jones and some undercover police officers boarded the bus as if they had been total strangers. subordinate clause

Weegy: The subordinate clause in this sentence is: as if they had been total strangers.
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User: At six o'clock Mr. Jones and some undercover police officers boarded the bus as if they had been total strangers. clause type

Weegy: The subordinate clause in this sentence is: as if they had been total strangers.
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User: At six o'clock Mr. Jones and some undercover police officers boarded the bus as if they had been total strangers. type or clause

Weegy: The subordinate clause in this sentence is: as if they had been total strangers.
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User: The victim of the robbery, whomeverwhicheverwhoseverwhoever it is, must be unhappy. Choose the correct relative pronoun to complete the sentence. Then, identify the noun antecedent to which the pronoun refers.

Weegy: The victim of the robbery, whoever it is, must be unhappy.
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