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What is the adjective clause in the sentence? The festival, which begins on Monday, will feature many floats in a parade. A. the festival B. many floats in a parade C. will feature D. which begins on Monday
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The adjective clause is : which begins on Monday.
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Asked 4/5/2014 1:21:59 PM
Updated 4/5/2014 7:44:18 PM
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What is the adjective clause in the sentence? Janelle, whom the puppy loves to lick, is getting plenty of puppy kisses all over. A. whom the puppy loves to lick B. all over C. is getting plenty of puppy kisses D. of puppy kisses
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Janelle, whom the puppy loves to lick, is getting plenty of puppy kisses all over.
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The books that I borrowed from the library were not yet overdue. Adjective clause: that I borrowed from the library.
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As long as you're going to the store, would you buy some bananas. The adverb clause is: as long as you're going to the store.
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