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Which of the following is not one of the benefits afforded by the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993? gave up to twelve weeks of paid leave for medical situations protected employees from losing pay, position, or benefits gave up to twelve weeks of unpaid leave for medical situations allowed time off to assist military personnel in need of care
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Gave up to twelve weeks of paid leave for medical situations is not one of the benefits afforded by the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993. The Act provided for "unpaid" leave.
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Identify the italicized phrase. Mervin, the circus animal trainer, directed the elephant by tapping her trunk. User: Identify the italicized phrase. Charmed by her gracious manner, the producer offered her a contract.
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It is not right to make a promise unless you know you can fulfill it.
Main clause: It is not right to make a promise.
Subordinate clause: unless you know you can fulfill it.
Function of subordinate clause: Adverb.
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