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1.With a cool, silent determination (that seemed to be instinctive), the kitten stalked and pounced on the ball of the yarn.
2.The fans were cheering (as though they had just won the national championship).
3.(As the sun set), a feeling of peace came over the campers.
4.racquetball is a fast, exciting game (that can be played by two, three, or four people).

I have to identify the clause in () as adj or adv clause.

1.adjective clause
2.adverb
3.adverb
4.adjective

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    All are correct.

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