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Which of the following is a complex sentence that contains a dependent adverbial clause? A. Mark expects the photo to arrive on Tuesday. B. Mark expects the photo to arrive late. C. Mark expects
the photo to arrive in damaged condition. D. Mark expects the photo to arrive when the letter arrives.
verb clauseD. Mark expects the photo to arrive when the letter arrives. . Please, rate the answer “Good” and let us grow if you are satisfied. Thank you for the interest. Best wishes.
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