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What is a dependent clause?
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User: What is a dependent clause?

Weegy: Dependent clauses are clauses that have a subject and a verb but cannot stand alone.


User: Identify the dependent clause in this sentence. I could go to the concert if only I had fifty dollars. Select one of the options below as your answer: A. I could go to the concert B. go to the concert C. if only D. if only I had fifty dollars

User: Identify the subordinate conjunction in this sentence. Before we get in a heated debate, let's agree to disagree. Select one of the options below as your answer: A. before B. in C. let's D. to

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I could go to the concert if only I had fifty dollars.
Dependent clause: if only I had fifty dollars.
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Before we get in a heated debate, let's agree to disagree.
Subordinate conjunction: Before
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