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Dr. Black, who is the chief surgeon, will operate. In this sentence what kind of clause is 'who is the chief surgeon'?
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User: Dr. Black, who is the chief surgeon, will operate. In this sentence what kind of clause is 'who is the chief surgeon'?

Weegy: 'Who is the chief surgeon' is an adjective clause. Adjective clauses modify nouns or pronouns, so in our case, 'who is the chief surgeon' modifies Dr. Black.
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Dr. Black, who is the chief surgeon, will operate. In this sentence, the clause 'who is the chief surgeon' is a relative clause.
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