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An adjective clause may modify a(n) _____. adjective adverb noun verb
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Weegy: Modify verbs with adverb clauses that tell when, where, why and under what conditions. ... Create an adverb clause by including both a subject and a verb in the clause. ...
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An adjective clause may modify a noun.
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An adjective clause may modify a verb.
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