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Locate the subordinate clause in the following sentence, and identify it as a noun, adjective, or adverb. I had water in my cereal this morning because I forgot to buy milk.
Subordinate clause: because I forgot to buy milk. adverb Clause
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Identify the type of conjunction in the following sentence. They left the oven on; consequently, the roast was burnt beyond recognition.
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They left the oven on; consequently, the roast was burnt beyong recognition. Consequently is a conjunctive adverb.
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Type the correct pronoun in the box. The school board gave____decision on Tuesday.
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Identify the word in bold type. NONE of those bagels look fresh.
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The school board gave ITS decision on Tuesday.
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Type the complete subordinate clause (including all modifiers) in the box below. Do not include any punctuation. I honestly did not know that you felt so strongly about the subject.
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I honestly did not know that you felt so strongly about the subject.
Complete subordinate clause: that you felt so strongly about the subject.
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