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Identify the word which the italicized adverb clause modifies. Andrea is as talented as any person I know. Andrea talented know
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User: Identify the word which the italicized adverb clause modifies. Andrea is as talented as any person I know. Andrea talented know

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User: Identify the use of the italicized noun clause. I found what I was looking for in my purse. subject complement direct object subject





Weegy: subject complement <- i think it would be this one.
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Andrea is as talented as any person I know. The adverb clause modifies "talented".
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I found what I was looking for in my purse. The noun clause "what I was looking for" functions as a direct object.
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