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Adjective clauses usually begin with _____. adjectives, prepositions, relative pronouns, or subordinating conjunction?
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Updated 9/26/2015 6:30:06 AM
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User: Adjective clauses usually begin with _____. adjectives, prepositions, relative pronouns, or subordinating conjunction?

Weegy: Adjective clauses usually begin with relative pronouns.
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User: A clause used as the object of a preposition is called a(n) _____.

Weegy: A clause used as the object of a preposition is called a noun clause.


User: For the sentence below, determine how the word in italics is used. Is it a relative pronoun, a subordinating conjunction, or neither? Although it was warm, we did not use the air conditioner.

Weegy: Although it was warm, we did not use the air conditioner. "although" is a subordinating conjunction.
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User: That girl is one _____ I believe will succeed.

User: The word that means of lesser rank is _____. coordinate dominant independent subordinate

Weegy: The word that means of lesser rank is subordinate.
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User: Identify the subordinate clause and tell if it is used as an adjective, adverb, or noun. When I told you that I didn't want any tuna salad, I was quite serious.

Weegy: When I told you that I didn't want any tuna salad, I was quite serious. Subordinate clause: When I told you that I didn't want any tuna salad; used as adverb.
DS22|Points 81|

User: For the sentence below, determine how the word in italics is used. Is it a relative pronoun, a subordinating conjunction, or neither? She will not leave the party until you come for her. relative pronoun subordinating conjunction neither

User: A clause used as the subject of a verb is called a(n) _____.

Weegy: A clause used as the subject of a verb is called a noun clause.


User: Select the correct pronoun. The people _____ arrived late had difficulty finding seats.

Weegy: The people who arrived late had difficulty finding seats.
Expert answered|japs2310qa|Points 1949|

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Asked 10/10/2012 12:34:41 PM
Updated 9/26/2015 6:30:06 AM
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Edited by Andrew. [9/26/2015 6:27:48 AM], Confirmed by Andrew. [9/26/2015 6:27:50 AM], Edited by Andrew. [9/26/2015 6:28:36 AM]
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That girl is one who I believe will succeed.
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She will not leave the party until you come for her.
The word "until" is a subordinating conjunction.
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