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The old brick house that sits on top of the hill was built during the Civil War. IN THIS SENTENCE Select the adjective clause?
The old brick house that sits on top of the hill was built during the Civil War. The adjective clause is "that sits on top of the hill".
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The old brick house that sits on top of the hill was built during the Civil War. The adjective clause is "that sits on top of the hill".
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The suggestions that she made were very helpful. IN THIS SENTENCE WHATS THE ADJECTIVE CLAUSE?
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The suggestions that she made were very helpful. The adjective clause is: that she made.
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The suggestions that she made were very helpful.
Adjective clause: that she made; modifies: suggestions.
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Weegy: "were very helpful" is the adjective clause. User: William Shakespeare, who was English, wrote Othello. IN THIS SENTENCE WHATS THE ADJECTIVE CLAUSE? AND WHAT WORD IS MODIFIED? Weegy: "were very helpful" is the adjective clause. (More)
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The suggestions that she made were very helpful.
Adjective Clause: That she made
Word Modified: Suggestions
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William Shakespeare, who was English, wrote Othello.
Adjective Clause: Who was English
Word modified: William Shakespeare
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