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Q: A clause used as the object of a preposition is called a(n) _____. adjective clause adverb clause noun clause verb clause
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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: Noun Clause
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User: For the sentence below, determine how the word in italics is used. Is it a relative pronoun, a subordinating conjunction, or neither? It was Mr. Adams who told me *about* the fire drill.

Weegy: Why don't you read your text book to get the answer? We don't do peoples home work, go to yahoo answers, they will do your home work for you, but we WONT! Good bye!
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Asked 5/5/2011 12:23:00 PM
Updated 6/14/2011 12:45:19 PM
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A verb form ending in -ing and used as an adjective is a(n) _____. participle,gerund,verb phrase,infinitive
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