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Q: In which sentence are the italicized words a dependent clause? (A dependent clause can't stand as a sentence on its own.)
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User: In which sentence are the italicized words a dependent clause? (A dependent clause can't stand as a sentence on its own.)

User: A. The diving board broke when she jumped into the pool. B. She became angry, but she would not leave without her brother. C. She wanted to leave early, or she wanted to stay overnight. D. She went swimming, and her brother went boating.

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