january123
  • january123
Which sentence contains an adjective clause? A. Because we had run out of tape, we couldn't repair the pages of Billy's favorite book. B. Unfortunately, the puppy just didn't know any better. C. Billy couldn't believe his eyes when he walked into his room and saw chewed-up paper everywhere. D. The new puppy, which Mom and Dad gave Billy just last week, chewed up half of Chapter 15 in his favorite book.
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jamiebookeater
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which one of these phrases has a clause that describes a noun. It is simple if you look at them.
january123
  • january123
so it's c
anonymous
  • anonymous
look at letter D

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january123
  • january123
ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
"which Mom and Dad gave Billy just last week" is modifying puppy.

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