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In which sentence is the underlined clause an adjective clause


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A sentence with an adverb or adjective clause is a complex sentence, because an adjective clause is a subordinate clause. A complex sentence must contain one independent clause plus one or more subordinate clauses.

No, it is a sentence or clause. The word below is an adjective.

A relative clause is also called an adjective clause because it describes the antecedent noun or pronoun.A relative pronoun is used to introduce an adjective clause:The cookies that mom made are for the bake sale. (mom is the subject of the adjective clause)A relative pronoun is used as the subject of the adjective clause: My car which is new was hit in the parking lot. (which is the subject of the adjective clause)

An Independent clause can stand alone in a sentence. Example: (The IC is underlined) I can lift twenty pounds of feathers with brown spots on them.

the subordinate clause is the part of the sentence that comes after the main clause it is used to tell or explain more about the main clause.

Underlined is a verb and an adjective. Verb (past tense of underline): The students underlined the title of the book in their reports. Adjective: an underlined word

A 'clause' is a group of words that includes a subject and a verb but is not a complete sentence (not a complete thought). 'Underlined clauses' is two or more of these within a group of sentences or a page of text with a line under them to indicate or call attention to them.

The complete adjective clause is "where complaints are handled" because it is modifying the noun "department."

A clause can only be part of a larger sentence. "Might is right" is a sentence by itself. With the verb "to be," the word "right" is a predicate adjective.

No. The clause "since you left our house early" is an adverb clause.

It is used as an adjective, applying to the subject of the sentence or clause.

Identify the main clause in the sentence below. Then decide if the subordinate clause is used as noun adjective or adverb. After we have read the story we will talk about it. Main clause Subordinate c?

"A relative clause is another name for an adjective clause. This is because both perform a function similar to an adjective in a sentence--they add information to a noun.There are two types of relative/adjective clauses: restrictive and nonrestrictive.Restrictive Clauses"I want a car that is red."In this sentence, the relative clause "that is red" answers the question, "Which car do you want?" or "What kind of car do you want?" Because it answers this question, it is a restrictive relative clause.Nonrestrictive Clause"My mother, who lives in Kansas City, is 62."In this sentence, the relative clause "who lives in Kansas City" does not answer the question, "Which one?". Instead, it gives extra information. Because it gives extra information, it is a nonrestrictive relative clause.

"Which is a mammal?" is an interrogative sentence, a complete thought, introduced by the interrogative pronoun 'which'.The sentence, "The blue whale, which is a mammal, is the largest living creature on earth." contains the relative clause "which is a mammal' that 'relates to' the subject noun, giving more information about the subject noun, is an adjective clause.

It is an adjective clause as in "(someone) who can cook."

The clause 'that the coach recommended' may be an adjective clause, as it begins with a relative pronoun (that) and modifies a noun such as plan, or strategy, or program.(* It might also be part of a noun clause if used as the subject of a sentence, such as That the coach recommended a new plan seemed strange.)

An adverb clause is a subordinate clause that modifies a verb, adjective, or adverb. A conjunction that begins an adverb clause is called a subordinating conjunction. It joins the clause to the rest of the sentence.

No. The adjective " subordinate " means additional information, explanation etc., related to the key idea or main clause of the sentence.

The class of pronouns that usually introduce an adjective clause are called relative pronouns. An adjective clause is a clause that modifies a noun.

The clause begins with a relative pronoun (that) so it is an adjective clause.Adverb clauses begin with a subordinating conjunction and answer how, when, or why, as adverbs do.E.g. In the sentence "The corn that your neighbor raises", "that your neighbor raises" describes "corn" which is a noun so "that your neighbor raises" is an adjective phrase.

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