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Identify the subordinate clause and tell if it is used as an adjective, adverb, or noun. The student who had not studied the lessons failed the test.
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User: Identify the subordinate clause and tell if it is used as an adjective, adverb, or noun. The student who had not studied the lessons failed the test.

Weegy: "The student who had not studied the lessons" is the subordinate clause. It is used as noun.
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The student who had not studied the lessons failed the test.
Subordinate clause: Who had not studied the lessons;
Use: Adjective
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