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two ways to identify an adverb clause
answers an adverb question and starts wth a suboodinate conjuction
two ways to identify an adjective clause
answers an adjective question and starts with a relative pronoun
When a sentence has two subjects, two verbs, or two direct objects, they are called...
compound subjects, verbs, or direct objects
Prepositional phrases always begin with a...
preposition and end with a object of preposition (noun or pronoun)
The subject of a sentence will never be in a prepostional phrase, but a DO could be in one. True or False?
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