anonymous
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The underlined part of sentence 1 is what kind of clause? (1) that creatures living in the deep sea are in danger of starving to death <-- This is the underlined sentence adverbial clause adjectival clause noun clause
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anonymous
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@rajathsbhat
anonymous
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Do you know it ?
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jus a sec

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anonymous
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Alright. Thanks.
anonymous
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I got A
anonymous
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am i right or wrong ?
anonymous
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Although I don't completely understand the distinctions between these different clauses from what I just read (http://www.showandtellforparents.com/wfdata/frame236-1056/pressrel21.asp), i'd have to say that the answer is adverbial clause. Because, an adverbial clause is "a dependent clause that modifies a verb, an adjective, or an adverb. It also can't stand alone as a sentence. It usually answers the questions "where," "when," "how," "why," "to what extent," or "under what condition."
anonymous
  • anonymous
So what would your answer be ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
adverbial clause
anonymous
  • anonymous
alright can you help me with more
anonymous
  • anonymous
The underlined part of sentence 2 is what kind of clause? (2) Wherever there are animal droppings,<-- Underlined sentence adverbial clause adjectival clause noun clause
anonymous
  • anonymous
if you don't mind waiting, then sure. Cuz i have to read up every one of these technical stuff that they teach you
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay cool thanks.
anonymous
  • anonymous
is that the entire question? I mean, the sentence seems incomplete. It'd help if the sentence was longer/more complete
anonymous
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Scientists report (1) that creatures living in the deep sea are in danger of starving to death. Millions of undiscovered species live, in the deep sea. Creatures in the seabed are suffering from growing food shortages. Which may be a result of rising sea temperatures. Scientists believe that some species will die out, those that can survive on a low food supply will continue living. Not much is known about the creatures that live in the deep sea, not much is known about the changes in their diets. Scientists estimate that up to 10 million species live in the depths of the sea. Most animals of the deep rely on food chains that begin. In the lighted realms of the sea. Microscopic plants called phytoplankton. Capture the sun and start the food cycle. (2) Wherever there are animal droppings, there is a constant rain of organic matter (3) that feeds the bottom dwellers. The underlined part of sentence 2 is what kind of clause? adverbial clause adjectival clause noun clause
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok so what do you think it is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I was thinking it B but idk i want to be 100% sure with the right answer.
anonymous
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i approve :)
anonymous
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The underlined part of sentence 3 is what kind of clause? adverbial clause adjectival clause noun clause
anonymous
  • anonymous
and the underlined part is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
(3) that feeds the bottom dwellers.
anonymous
  • anonymous
erm, kinda unsure on this one.
anonymous
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I'm between b or c
anonymous
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me too
anonymous
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omg
anonymous
  • anonymous
what do ou strongly think the answer is ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
idk it's kinda confusing
anonymous
  • anonymous
I agree. Its fine we can skip this one. I have 6 different questions. multiple choice. Can you help me please ?
anonymous
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:\ 3 am here. Kinda sleepy
anonymous
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Please ! This is due like right now and im not finished.
anonymous
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"I don’t know anything," he said, "except that I’m beginning to be sorry we bought that room for the children. If children are neurotic at all, a room like that—" "It’s supposed to help them work off their neuroses in a healthful way." "I’m starting to wonder." He stared at the ceiling. "We’ve given the children everything they ever wanted. Is this our reward—secrecy, disobedience?" "Who was it who said, ‘Children are carpets, they should be stepped on occasionally’? We’ve never lifted a hand. They’re insufferable—let’s admit it. They come and go when they like; they treat us as if we were offspring. They’re spoiled and we’re spoiled." "They’ve been acting funny ever since you forbade them to take the rocket to New York a few months ago." "They’re not old enough to do that alone, I explained." "Nevertheless, I’ve noticed they’ve been decidedly cool toward us since." "I think I’ll have Dave McClean come tomorrow morning to have a look at Africa." "But it’s not Africa now, it’s Green Mansions country and Rima." "I have a feeling it’ll be Africa again before then." A moment later they heard the screams. Two screams.Two people screaming from downstairs.And then a roar of lions. "Wendy and Peter aren’t in their rooms," said his wife. He lay in his bed with his beating heart. "No," he said. "They’ve broken into the nursery." "Those screams—they sound familiar." "Do they?" "Yes, awfully." "And although their beds tried very hard, the two adults couldn’t be rocked to sleep for another hour. A smell of cats was in the night air." This passage implies that the story is set in the future. in the present. in the past. it does not indicate time.
anonymous
  • anonymous
whoa i'm in no condition to read that. I'm working at 10% my normal efficiency now :/
anonymous
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Okay fine.

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