• anonymous
the woman the woman who works the woman who works at that desk who works at that desk desk is absent is absent today this sentence contains no dependent clause
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  • grace111
Dependent clauses have subjects and verbs and often start with: who, what, where which, that. Etc. I possibly think it can be D. If this clause is omitted, the remaining sentence still makes sense and has a subject and verb. I would classify answer D as a restrictive relative clause due to it being necessary to identify the exact woman in question.

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