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Identify the italicized phrase in the sentence below.... (When I eat) makes no difference to me.... This phrase is a(n): (independent clause) or (dependent clause) or (participial phrase) or (prepositional phrase)
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User: Identify the italicized phrase in the sentence below.... (When I eat) makes no difference to me.... This phrase is a(n): (independent clause) or (dependent clause) or (participial phrase) or (prepositional phrase)





Weegy: When I eat is a dependent clause.
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User: Identify the italicized phrase in the sentence below.... (When we get out of school early), my mother picks me up.... This phrase is a(n): (independent clause) or (subordinate clause) or (participial phrase) or (gerund)

Weegy: When we get out of school early is a subordinate clause.
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