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Some evidence suggests that Mesopotamia was where glass was first manufactured. Determine if the underlined group of words is a phrase or clause and which part of speech it is functioning as. A. phrase, adverb B. clause, noun C. phrase, noun D. clause, adverb
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User: Some evidence suggests that Mesopotamia was where glass was first manufactured. Determine if the underlined group of words is a phrase or clause and which part of speech it is functioning as. A. phrase, adverb B. clause, noun C. phrase, noun D. clause, adverb

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User: that Mesopotamia was where glass was first manufactured

Weegy: We dont see underlined here.
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Some evidence suggests that Mesopotamia was where glass was first manufactured.
The words (that Mesopotamia was where glass was first manufactured) is a noun clause and is used as a direct object.
Type: Clause, Noun.
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