countrygirl1431
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Please help me The adjective clause in the following sentence modifies . Our old automobile was donated to an organization that gave it to a needy family. automobile Family organization
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SupDaSup
  • SupDaSup
i would say family
SupDaSup
  • SupDaSup
actually orginaziation
countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
so origination

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ok thanks bye

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