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A clause that may be used as the object of a preposition: noun adverb adjective
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User: A clause that may be used as the object of a preposition: noun adverb adjective

Weegy: Noun Clause
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User: Identify the word which the italicized adjective clause modifies. My most unusual uncle is the man whose portrait hangs on the wall. uncle man portrait

Weegy: Most unusual modifies uncle.
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User: Identify the word which the italicized adjective clause modifies She has already read the book that she borrowed yesterday. she book yesterday





Weegy: What is the italicized clause?
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A clause that may be used as the object of a preposition is a NOUN CLAUSE.

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My most unusual uncle is the man whose portrait hangs on the wall.
The adjective clause "whose portrait hangs on the wall" modifies "MAN".

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She has already read the book that she borrowed yesterday.
The adjective clause "that she borrowed yesterday" modifies the word "BOOK".

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Identify the gerund phrase and its noun use. Driving carelessly increases the likelihood of an accident. Gerund phrase: Noun use:
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Driving carelessly increases the likelihood of an accident.
Gerund phrase: Driving carelessly, Noun use: Subject

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That trick is WHAT I expected.
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A relative pronoun usually introduces an ADJECTIVE CLAUSE.
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This is a book the children enjoyed. Type of subordinate clause: ADJECTIVE. Introduced by: NEITHER.

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To win an argument is seldom a desirable goal. Infinitive phrase: To win an argument. Use: Noun - subject.

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Driving carelessly increases the likelihood of an accident. Gerund phrase: Driving carelessly. Noun use: Subject.


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