Adjective and adverb clauses

Decide if the dependent clause functions as an adverb or an adjective.
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Adjective
Are these the videotapes that you wanted to borrow?
Adjective
Please give that coat, which is too small for you, to your cousin.
Adverb
Whenever I hear that song, I remember my last birthday party.
Adverb
If we knew the telephone number, we could call the store for directions.
Adjective
Laura, whom we saw at the movies last night, lives next door to our teacher.
Adjective
My little brother, who is only three years old, knows the words to a lot of songs.
Adverb
Before we got out of bed, my father had already cleared the snow off the sidewalk.
Adverb
When I am older, I would like to travel in South America.
Adjective
Those documents, which had been missing for more than twenty years, were discovered in a kitchen drawer.
Adverb
Until we learned how to use the compass, we wandered around the woods for hours.
Adjective
That story is about a giant whose favorite food is Limburger cheese.
Adverb
My young cousins laugh whenever I read the story to them.
Adjective
People who like to fish must have a lot of patience.
Adverb
Please address the envelopes before you leave this afternoon.
Adverb
We brought this puppy to you because we know how much you like animals
Adjective
The mail carrier who delivers the mail to our house is always in a good mood.
Adverb
The boys crouched behind the fence until they heard the car drive away.
Adjective
My garden includes some flowers that bloom all year long.
Adjective
The rug, which was woven by hand, once belonged to my grandmother.
Adverb
He hurt Samantha's feelings even though he did not mean to be unkind.