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5. Choose the word modified by the adjectival clause in the sentence below. The dog, which was brown and white, walked all the way back to Staci’s house. (1 point)

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"dog" is being modified by the adjective clause " which was brown and white "
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Simple: Any adjective describes or modifies a Noun, right? Same is true for an adjectival clause. What's the noun here? Dog. Adjectival clause? 'Which was brown and white'. So now you tell me: which is the word? DOG !!

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Like an adjective, an adjective clause modifies a noun or a pronoun. In this sentence, the adjective clause is " which was brown and white ". This adjective clause is modifying the noun " dog "

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