anonymous
  • anonymous
Identify the subordinate clause(s) in this sentence: "After studying for math all night, Roger, who wore his lucky test-taking shirt, aced his trigonometry exam."
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok, the main idea is that Roger aced his trigonometry exam, the other clauses are support and add more context.
anonymous
  • anonymous
therefore: "After studying for math all night" and "who wore his lucky test-taking shirt" are the subordinate clauses
anonymous
  • anonymous
"who wore..." is a relative clause

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