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Your teacher is concerned about ______ sleeping in class on occasion. Which word correctly completes the sentence?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. your B. him C. you
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Your teacher is concerned about you sleeping in class on occasion.
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Your teacher is concerned about your sleeping in class on occasion.

In this sentence "sleeping" is a gerund phrase which functions as object of a preposition, while the pronoun "your" functions as the possessive pronoun.
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Your teacher is concerned about ______ sleeping in class on occasion. Which word correctly completes the sentence?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. your B. him C. you
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Your teacher is concerned about your sleeping in class on occasion.
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If you save your money, you will be able to buy a car before you graduate from high school. What kind of CLAUSE is "If you save your money"?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. adverbial clause B. adjective clause C. prepositional phrase
Weegy: The phrase "on top of the world" is an Adverbial phrase (More)
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If you save your money, you will be able to buy a car before you graduate from high school.
The clause "if you save your money" is an adverbial clause.
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Which sentence contains an adjective clause?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. If you study hard, you will do well on the test. B. My mom, who graduated thirty years ago, is going to her class reunion this weekend. C. Mike didn't call her because he was shy. D. She took an extra course this term so she could graduate early.
Weegy: Mike didn't call her because he was shy. (More)
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The sentence that contains an adjective clause is:
B. My mom, who graduated thirty years ago, is going to her class reunion this weekend.
"who graduated thirty years ago" is an adjective clause that modifies the noun "mom".
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