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Read the sentence. If you finish your yard work, you can take the car to the movie. What type of clause is underlined in this sentence? noun clause adjective clause elliptical clause adverb clause
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User: Read the sentence. If you finish your yard work, you can take the car to the movie. What type of clause is underlined in this sentence? noun clause adjective clause elliptical clause adverb clause

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If you finish your yard work, you can take the car to the movie.
Clause: If you finish your yard work;
Type of clause: Adverb clause
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