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Which words in the sentence are the adverb clause? They asked me for my opinion as if they really wanted it. A. for my opinion B. They asked me for my opinion C. as if they really wanted it
The adverb clause in the sentence "They asked me for my opinion as if they really wanted it." is: as if they really wanted it.
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