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6.Which sentence contains an adjectival clause? Chicken with noodles is Harry's favorite. Melinda chose the calendar that had puppies on it. The woman and her children boarded the bus. Four games out of seven had already been played.
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Melinda chose the calendar that had puppies on it." -contains an adjectival clause.
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Melinda chose the calendar that had puppies on it." -contains an adjectival clause.

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