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I need someone to check my answers to see if what I have is correct. I think that I finally got the hang of this.

I need to underline the adjective clause in each sentence and circle the modified noun. Then I need to identify the clause as restrictive or nonrestrictive.

1. The ordinance that prohibits street parking takes effect on November 26. (underline that prohibits street parking) (circle street parking) and its restrictive
2. Mayberry Golf Club where we have held many luncheons is for sale. (underline where we have held many luncheons) (circle mayberry golf club) and its nonrestrictive.

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    1. The ordinance that prohibits street parking takes effect on November 26. (underline that prohibits street parking) (circle street parking) and its restrictive
    When your directions say to circle the modified noun, that noun needs to be OUTSIDE the adjective clause. What is the NOUN (one word) that this adj clause is describing? You are correct about the words that make up the clause and that it is restrictive.

    2. Mayberry Golf Club where we have held many luncheons is for sale. (underline where we have held many luncheons) (circle mayberry golf club) and its nonrestrictive.
    Correct. And ... because it's nonrestrictive, there need to be two commas in there. Do you know where?

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