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Identify the subordinating conjunction in the sentence and select the type of relationship it demonstrates. *I will come to the picnic when I get home from soccer.*
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I will come to the picnic when I get home from soccer. Subordinating conjunction: when. Type of relationship it demonstrates: time.
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Identify the subordinating conjunction in the sentence. *We cannot order the banner for the gym unless everyone contributes.* What is the type of relationship it demonstrates? ANSWERS TO CHOOSE FROM: comparison, condition, time, or place?
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We cannot order the banner for the gym unless everyone contributes. Subordinating conjunction: unless. Type of relationship it demonstrates: condition.

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Pronouns that introduce adjective clauses and relate to words or ideas which precede them are called _____. antecedents, personal pronouns, or relative pronouns?
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It is called a relative clause. These clauses start with one of the five words: whose, who, whom, that, or which. An example is: My professor, who is very intelligent, graduated from Oxford University. The relative clause in that sentence would be "who is very intelligent" with "who" being the subject for the antecedent "professor," "is" is the linking verb, and "intelligent" is the predicate adjective.
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Kimberly touched the flowers. She saw that they were real. what is the infinitive used as? noun, adjective or adverb?
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Kimberly touched the flowers. She saw that they were real.
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Which math formula will find density?
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The formula to determine density is P = m/v , where P is density, m is mass and v is volume.
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