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When he laughed maliciously at the little girl, she kicked Mike in the shins. Subordinate clause: Subordinate clause type
A subordinate clause also called a dependent clause will begin with a subordinate conjunction. In this case it is "When he laughed maliciously at the little girl"
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User: When he laughed maliciously at the little girl, she kicked Mike in the shins. Subordinate clause: Subordinate clause type

Weegy: A subordinate clause also called a dependent clause will begin with a subordinate conjunction. In this case it is "When he laughed maliciously at the little girl"
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User: When he laughed maliciously at the little girl, she kicked Mike in the shins. Subordinate clause type:

Weegy: When he laughed maliciously at the little girl, she kicked Mike in the shins. Subordinate clause: When he laughed maliciously at the little girl Use: Adverb
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User: A clause used as the object of a preposition is called a(n) _____. adjective clause adverb clause noun clause verb clause

Weegy: A clause used as the object of a preposition is called: noun clause.
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Select all of the answers that complete the sentence correctly. A subordinate clause _____. has a subject has a predicate expresses a complete thought can stand alone as a sentence
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