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A restrictive clause is one that
A restrictive clause is one that limits the meaning of the word it describes.
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An adjectival clause always includes a/an
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An adjectival clause always includes a relative pronoun.
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How are the sentence patterns for asking questions different from the sentence patterns for making statements?
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The sentence patterns for asking questions are different from the sentence patterns for making statements by: Questions usually start with a helping verb or adverb.
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How are the sentence patterns for asking questions different from the sentence patterns for making statements? A. Questions always include a direct and indirect object. B. Questions usually start with a helping verb or adverb. C. Questions are typically much shorter than statements. D. Questions don't use pronouns or adjectives.
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Questions usually start with a helping verb or adverb is how the sentence patterns for asking questions different from the sentence patterns for making statements.
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