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Identify the complete adjective clause. She went to the department where complaints are handled
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User: Identify the complete adjective clause. She went to the department where complaints are handled

Weegy: "where complaints are handled" is the complete adjective clause, modifying the noun "department".
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User: Identify the complete adjective clause. This is the part for which I have practiced.

Weegy: "where complaints are handled" is the complete adjective clause, modifying the noun "department".
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This is the part for which I have practiced.
The complete adjective clause is "for which I have practiced". It modifies the noun "part".
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