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The beggar who went to the Salvation Army shelter was given food and warm clothing. what is the Adjective clause in that sentence?
The beggar who went to the Salvation Army shelter was given food and warm clothing. Adjective clause: who went to the Salvation Army shelter.
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The beggar who went to the Salvation Army shelter was given food and warm clothing.
Adjective clause: who went to the Salvation Army shelter.
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