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what is the adjective clause in the sentence, "This is the opportunity for which I have been waiting all my life."
"This is the opportunity for which I have been waiting all my life." Adjective Clause: For which I have been waiting all my life
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"This is the opportunity for which I have been waiting all my life."
Adjective Clause: For which I have been waiting all my life

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The adjective clause is "for which I have been waiting all my life."
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