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Identify the type of clause used in this sentence. Mr. Wendt, who lives next door, is a generous man.
Weegy: Adjective clause, because it describes Mr. Wendt. User: Identify the complete adverb clause. We're moving to Abilene if we sell our house. Weegy: The complete verb clause is "moving to Abilene if we sell"...the complete verb clause is the main verb (moving) plus any helping verbs (in this case sell) User: Identify the complete ADVERB clause. We're moving to Abilene if we sell our house. Weegy: The complete verb clause is "moving to Abilene if we sell"...the complete verb clause is the main verb (moving) plus any helping verbs (in this case sell) User: What question does the adverb clause answer? We're moving to Abilene if we sell our house. Weegy: The complete verb clause is "moving to Abilene if we sell"...the complete verb clause is the main verb (moving) plus any helping verbs (in this case sell) User: what is an adverb clause? Weegy: An adverb clause will meet three requirements: * First, it will contain a subject and verb. * You will also find a subordinate conjunction that keeps the clause from expressing a complete thought. * Finally, [ you will notice that the clause answers one of these three adverb questions: How? When? or Why? Read these examples: Tommy scrubbed the bathroom tile until his arms ached. How did Tommy scrub? Until his arms ached, an adverb clause. Josephine's three cats bolted from the driveway once they saw her car turn the corner. When did the cats bolt? Once they saw her car turn the corner, an adverb clause. After her appointment at the orthodontist, Danielle cooked eggs for dinner because she could easily chew an omelet. Why did Danielle cook eggs? Because she could easily chew an omelet, an adverb clause. ] User: Identify the complete adverb clause. I'll meet you because I need to talk to you. Weegy: because I need to talk to you. (More)
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Locate the adverb phrase and the word or phrase it modifies. The film was made in Spain.
Weegy: "in Spain" and it modifies "was made" (More)
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Locate the adverb phrase and the word or phrase it modifies. We stopped near a mountain stream.
Weegy: We stopped near a mountain stream. Adverb Phrase: near a mountain stream, Word modified: stopped (More)
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Locate the adverb phrase and the word or phrase it modifies. The slopes of the mountain are covered with trees.
Weegy: The adverb phrase is "with trees". It modifies "are covered" (More)
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Locate the complete prepositional phrase and identify its use. The film was made in Spain.
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Prepositions are the words that indicate location. Usually, prepositions show this location in the physical world. "in Spain" is the prepositional phrase in that statement.
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