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Which words in the sentence are the adverb clause? After we collected signatures, the committee presented the petition to the chairperson. A. to the chairperson B. the committee presented the petition C. After we collected signatures
After we collected signatures, the committee presented the petition to the chairperson. Adverb clause: C. After we collected signatures
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After we collected signatures, the committee presented the petition to the chairperson.
Adverb clause: C. After we collected signatures
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