Grammar (clauses)

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How does the sentence "By the time he reached the seventeenth floor, which seemed to take forever, he was winded and gasping?" use dependent, independent, and adjective clauses?

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    Actually I want to know what they are in the sentence.

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    Dependent clause:
    "By the time he reached the seventeenth floor, which seemed to take forever,"

    Independent clause:
    "he was winded and gasping"

    Adjective clause:
    "which seemed to take forever"

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