anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which sentence contains an adjective clause? A. The man whose bike needs new tires went to the store. B. Tony has learned some impressive tricks over the last few months. C. The path near the entrance of the park is a great place to ride bicycles. D. Tony left his bicycle leaning against the tree.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think it is b
AloneS
  • AloneS
i think i know this one :)

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AloneS
  • AloneS
It's C !!!
AloneS
  • AloneS
@limecake08 hope u got this one :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes have another
AloneS
  • AloneS
okaii
anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the adjective clause in the sentence? The books that I borrowed from the library were not yet overdue. A. were not yet overdue B. the books C. that I borrowed from the library D. from the library
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think it is a
AloneS
  • AloneS
so u think it's a??
AloneS
  • AloneS
no it's c...
anonymous
  • anonymous
darn
anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the adjective clause in the sentence? Janelle, whom the puppy loves to lick, is getting plenty of puppy kisses all over. A. whom the puppy loves to lick B. is getting plenty of puppy kisses C. all over D. of puppy kisses
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think it is b
AloneS
  • AloneS
ha,ha i love how u use you're words okay i should stop laughing so it's a

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