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Which sentence contains an adverb clause? A. Tommy's father, who often works on weekends, is a carpenter. B. Tommy helped hammer nails until his hands ached. C. Tommy, who is interested in design, wants to be an architect someday. D. Tommy's father sometimes wears goggles that protect his eyes
The sentence that contains an adverb clause is: B. Tommy helped hammer nails until his hands ached. The adverb clause is 'until his hands ached'.
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