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what is your question?
Is the placement of the adjective clause in the sentence correct or incorrect? This year's fireworks show must have been expensive, which is an annual holiday tradition. A. incorrectly placed B. correctly placed
i think it is a
I think that is correct
Is the placement of the adjective clause in the sentence correct or incorrect? Some of my friends who live across the street came to the picnic. A. correctly placed B. incorrectly placed
i think it is b
why do you think it's B?
@YoungStudier can you help with this?
An adjective phrase is a subordiante clause that is used to modify a noun or a pronoun. It answers the adjective question Which one? Or What kind?
Most adjective clauses begin with a relative pronoun.. A relative pronoun relates an adjective clause to the noun or the pronoun that the clause describes. Relative Pronouns: Who, Whom, Whose, Which, That.
why is it not b
"who live across the street" describes friends, so therefore, it is a correctly place adjective clause.
ok can u pleas check if i am right
Is the placement of the adjective clause in the sentence correct or incorrect? The satellite has taken many great pictures of our moon that was launched last April. A. incorrectly placed B. correctly placed
i think it is b
The sentence makes it sound like the moon was launched last April. So, what do you think?