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Identify the complete adjective clause. He is the one for whom the message was intended. He is the one He is the one for whom the one for whom for whom the message was intended for whom the message the one for whom the message was intended whom the message message was intended
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He is the one for whom the message was intended. Complete adjective clause: for whom the message was intended
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He is the one for whom the message was intended.
Complete adjective clause: for whom the message was intended
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