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Please help me with this subordinate clause. Identify the subordinate clause in the following sentence. While I am not entirely sure, Bryant was a gold medalist in the shot put last year. 1. While I am not entirely sure 2. not entirely sure 3. Bryant was a gold medalist 4. Bryant was a gold medalist in the shot put last year

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subordinate clause - also called a dependent clause, will begin with a subordinate conjunction or a relative pronoun and will contain both a subject and a verb. Now lets look at your choices.... #2 is not it....we know just by looking, because it does not contain a subject. #3 is not it ....does not contain a conjunction or a pronoun. #4 is not it ...does not contain a conjunction or a pronoun. Lets look at #1...." while " is a subordinate conjunction..." I " is the subject, and " am sure" is the verb. So...your answer is #1 :)
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your more then welcome....you have to learn it and someone has to try to explain it to you.

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