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NathalyN

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Which sentence has an adjective clause? Mike rode his bike on mountain trails because he found them challenging. Gary donated to charity whenever he could. Liz, who could always make people laugh, was loved by the whole block. Ever since Adam was a little boy, he had helped his father in the fields.

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  1. NathalyN
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    @kingalex123

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    ok lol give me a minute

  3. anonymous
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    send me something from the textbook to refresh my memory of what an objective clause is

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    hey you think you could help me get to 50 medals? lol

  5. NathalyN
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    What Is an Adjective Clause? (with Examples) When we think of an adjective, we usually think about a single word used before a noun to modify its meanings (e.g., tall building, smelly cat, argumentative assistant). However, an adjective can also come in the form of an adjective clause. An adjective clause usually comes after the noun it modifies and is made up of several words which, like all clauses, will include a subject and a verb. Examples of Adjective Clauses Here are some examples of adjective clauses: The carpets which you bought last year have gone moldy. The film which you recommended scared the kids half to death. The follies which a man regrets most in his life are those which he didn't commit when he had the opportunity. (Helen Rowland, 1876-1950) Bore: a person who talks when you wish him to listen. The Components of an Adjective Clause An adjective clause (which can also be called an adjectival clause or a relative clause) will have the following three traits: It will start with a relative pronoun (who, whom, whose, that, or which) or a relative adverb (when, where, or why). (This links it to the noun it is modifying.)(Note: Quite often, the relative pronoun can be omitted. However, with an adjective clause, it is always possible to put one in. There is more on this below.) It will have a subject and a verb. (These are what make it a clause.) It will tell us something about the noun. (This is why it is a kind of adjective.)

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    yes if you help with my hwlolol yes i can help you

  7. anonymous
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    i will but i have to go but i will return to answer this question and anymore that uou have

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    so what is the answer @kingalex123

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