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In the sentence below, identify the adverb clause, subordinating conjunction, and the word(s) modified. Since advertisements are sometimes misleading, read labels carefully. Adverb clause: Subordinate conjunction: Word(s) modified:
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User: In the sentence below, identify the adverb clause, subordinating conjunction, and the word(s) modified. Since advertisements are sometimes misleading, read labels carefully. Adverb clause: Subordinate conjunction: Word(s) modified:

Weegy: The adverb clause is "read labels carefully" the subordinating conjunction is "since" and the word is modifies "advertisements"
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Since advertisements are sometimes misleading, read labels carefully.
Adverb Clause: Since advertisements are sometimes misleading
Word modified: Carefully
Subordinate Conjunction: Since.
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