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Identify the indendent clause(s) in the following sentence: My mother drove me to school.
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Identify the indendent clause(s) in the following sentence: My mother drove me to school.
My mother drove me to school
Identify the indendent clause(s): The new food that the veterinarian recommended is good for our hamster.
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Identify the indendent clause(s): The new food that the veterinarian recommended is good for our hamster.
The new food is good for our hamster.
Identify the independent clause(s): With great bravery, Jason battled the fierce dragon.
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Identify the independent clause(s): With great bravery, Jason battled the fierce dragon.
Jason battled the fierce dragon.
Identify the independent clause(s): Robinson was also a songwriter, and Gordy included him in the Motown team of writers and musicians.
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Identify the independent clause(s): Robinson was also a songwriter, and Gordy included him in the Motown team of writers and musicians.
1st - Robinson was also a songwriter. 2nd - Gordy included him in the Motown team of writers and musicians.
Identify the independent clause(s): Whenever we go on vacation, our neighbors mow our yard, and they collect our mail.
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Identify the independent clause(s): Whenever we go on vacation, our neighbors mow our yard, and they collect our mail.
1st - Our neighbors mow our yard. 2nd - They collect our mail.
Identify the subordinate clause(s): If you go to the library, you should take a look at the young adult section.
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Identify the subordinate clause(s): If you go to the library, you should take a look at the young adult section.
If you go to the library
Identify the subordinate clause(s): The book that I read last night was very scary!
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Identify the subordinate clause(s): The book that I read last night was very scary!
that I read last night
Identify the subordinate clause(s): Since we moved here from Chile, we have met many people.
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Identify the subordinate clause(s): Since we moved here from Chile, we have met many people.
Since we moved here from Chile
Identify the subordinate clause(s): When the spin cycle stops, please take the laundry out of the washing machine.
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Identify the subordinate clause(s): When the spin cycle stops, please take the laundry out of the washing machine.
When the spin cycle stops
Identify the subordinate clause(s): Everyone who signed up for the marathon should meet at 8:00 A.M. tomorrow in the school parking lot.
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Identify the subordinate clause(s): Everyone who signed up for the marathon should meet at 8:00 A.M. tomorrow in the school parking lot.
who signed up for the marathon
Punctuate the adverb clause: Jack's wife doesn't like to fly because she gets nervous on airplanes
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Punctuate the adverb clause: Jack's wife doesn't like to fly because she gets nervous on airplanes
no change in punctuation.
Punctuate the adverb clause: Now that the rain has stopped let's go for a walk.
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Punctuate the adverb clause: Now that the rain has stopped let's go for a walk.
Now that the rain has stopped, let's go for a walk.
Punctuate the adverb clause:A mouse is small whereas an elephant is big.
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Punctuate the adverb clause:A mouse is small whereas an elephant is big.
A mouse is small, whereas an elephant is big.
Punctuate the adverb clause: Some people prefer to live in the country while others in the city.
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Punctuate the adverb clause: Some people prefer to live in the country while others in the city.
Some people prefer to live in the country, while others in the city.
Punctuate the adverb clause: I am going to marry him whether or not you want it.
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Punctuate the adverb clause: I am going to marry him whether or not you want it.
I am going to marry him whether or not you want it.
Identify the adverb clause(s): We camped near Lake Arrowhead when we went fishing last year.
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Identify the adverb clause(s): We camped near Lake Arrowhead when we went fishing last year.
when we went fishing last year
Identify the adverb clause(s): Because the weather was cold, I wore a sweater under my jacket.
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Identify the adverb clause(s): Because the weather was cold, I wore a sweater under my jacket.
Because the weather was cold
Identify the adverb clause(s): As she left her office, Cletha heard the phone.
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Identify the adverb clause(s): As she left her office, Cletha heard the phone.
As she left her office
Identify the adverb clause(s): Loiuse stayed home today because she has a bad case of the flu.
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Identify the adverb clause(s): Loiuse stayed home today because she has a bad case of the flu.
because she has a bad case of the flu
Identify the adverb clause(s): Since it was such a beautiful evening, we decided to take a long walk.
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Identify the adverb clause(s): Since it was such a beautiful evening, we decided to take a long walk.
Since it was such a beautiful evening
Identify the adverb clause(s) and / or the adjective clause(s): The denim blue jeans that are known as Levi's have an interesting history.
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Identify the adverb clause(s) and / or the adjective clause(s): The denim blue jeans that are known as Levi's have an interesting history.
Adjective clause - that are known as Levi's
Identify the adverb clause(s) and / or the adjective clause(s): Strauss, who had immigrated to the United States from Bavaria, founded a clothing company called Levi Strauss and Co.
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Identify the adverb clause(s) and / or the adjective clause(s): Strauss, who had immigrated to the United States from Bavaria, founded a clothing company called Levi Strauss and Co.
Adjective - who had immigrated to the United States
Identify the adverb clause(s) and / or the adjective clause(s): Six years after his arrival in the United States, he sailed to San Francisc because his sister and brother-n- law had a dry goods business there.
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Identify the adverb clause(s) and / or the adjective clause(s): Six years after his arrival in the United States, he sailed to San Francisc because his sister and brother-n- law had a dry goods business there.
Adverb - because his sister and brother-in-law had a dry goods business there
Identify the adverb clause(s) and / or the adjective clause(s): Davis told Strauss about riveting the pocket corners of work pants so that the pants would be more durable.
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Identify the adverb clause(s) and / or the adjective clause(s): Davis told Strauss about riveting the pocket corners of work pants so that the pants would be more durable.
Adverb - so that the pants would be more durable
Identify the adverb clause(s) and / or the adjective clause(s): Since the 1940s, the pants have become increasingly fashionable among young people.
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Identify the adverb clause(s) and / or the adjective clause(s): Since the 1940s, the pants have become increasingly fashionable among young people.
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