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Locate the subordinate clause in the following sentence, and identify it as a noun, adjective, or adverb. Since I stopped vacuuming, the house has become dusty. type of clause: subordinate clause:
Since I stopped vacuuming, the house has become dusty. Subordinate clause: Since I stopped vacuuming. Type: Adverb.
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Since I stopped vacuuming, the house has become dusty. Subordinate clause: Since I stopped vacuuming. Type: Adverb.

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