anonymous
  • anonymous
Which clause in this sentence is used as an adjective?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
When Beowulf arrived, the Danes welcomed him, for they desperately needed someone who could stop Grende
anonymous
  • anonymous
D. The clause "who could stop Grendel" describes the noun "someone."
timaashorty
  • timaashorty
^ he's right, for they desperately needed someone who could stop Grende is the answer..

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anonymous
  • anonymous
its she
timaashorty
  • timaashorty
i'm sorry ;c *she
anonymous
  • anonymous
its ok :P

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