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anonymous

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A subordinating conjunction usually introduces a(n) _____.

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  1. Keigh2015
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    Adverb Clause?

  2. anonymous
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    yeah its adverb clause

  3. anonymous
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    Also welcome to OpenStudy :)

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    An awful tempest mashed the air, The clouds were gaunt and few; A Black, as of a spectre's cloak, Hid heaven and earth from view. 5 The creatures chuckled on the roofs And whistled in the air, And shook their fists and gnashed their teeth, And swung their frenzied hair. The morning lit, the birds arose; 10 The monster's faded eyes Turned slowly to his native coast, And peace was Paradise! This poem by American poet Emily wingspaninson presents a convincing example that reflects the theme, A) Generosity is pure. B) This too shall pass. C) Grief is overwhelming. D) Evil triumphs during adversity.

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