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  • one year ago

Are the underlined words in the sentence an independent clause, a subordinate clause, or neither? Since early this summer, my friends and I have been riding our bikes every evening. A. independent clause B. neither C. subordinate clause

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  1. anonymous
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    C?? @happyrosy

  2. anonymous
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    @pooja195 @Haseeb96 @happyrosy

  3. anonymous
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    what are the underlined words?

  4. anonymous
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    since early this summer

  5. anonymous
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    I think it is a subordinate clause since it would not make sense on its own and needs an independent or a main clause to support it. What do you think?

  6. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    C

  7. anonymous
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    ok, well that's great then :)

  8. anonymous
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    ok soo do you agree with C

  9. anonymous
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    yea

  10. anonymous
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    Yeah the answer is C. Subordinate clauses are formed when the clause itself cannot stand alone as a sentence and when subordinate conjunctions, such as "although," "because," "since," and "after," are included.

  11. ali2x2
    • one year ago
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    ayy

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