Which words in the sentence are the adverb clause?
My sister Alessandra wants to live in sunny south Florida because she enjoys year-round sports.
to live in sunny south Florida
south Florida because she enjoys
my sister Alessandra wants
because she enjoys year-round sports
I believe the answer is A. but I am not sure.
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Thank you :) @kxttxn
No problem! :)
Could you tell me your opinion on what the answer may be? @kxttxn
Well an adverb clause must always begin with a subordinating conjunction. Here's a list of those: http://englishplus.com/grammar/00000377.htm
After looking at that, which of these starts with a subordinating conjunction and contains a noun and verb?
i'm not sure, i'm not really that smart with english lol
Just take a look at the list (it isn't too long). Only one answer choice starts with a subordinating conjunction :)
Hint: it isn't A