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Can you please look over the answers that I have for the different clause questions? Thanks ahead of time! Ohh, & S-subject, DO-direct object, PN-predicate noun, OP-object of preposition. Thank you!


[What I wanted to do] was to finish my work.
S

The valedictory prize will be awarded to [whoever has the highest academic rating.]

DO

The chairman heard [what was said about the program.]

DO

A good night's sleep is [what I need most.]

PN


The first thing to consider was [how to find a paying job.]
S



I am optimistic enough to believe [that young people will respond to a challenge.]

DO

Washington played by the river [when he was young.]

adjective clause


[While talking,] he waved his arms.

adverb clause


[What the speaker] said was not clear.
noun clause


I shall not repeat the story, [since it is not true.]

adverb clause

Bryan, [who played the part of the lion], was the star of the play "Androcles and the Lion."

adjective clause



The exhibition could not begin [until Phineas Barnum appeared.]

adverb clause




[What will happen] is anyone's guess.
noun clause





The gardener put in a pinch of grass seed [wherever he pulled out a weed.]
noun clause




This is the house [that Jack built.]
adjective clause




As [the sun sank and darkness fell,] hordes of gnats were attracted by the fire.

adverb clause




Red was the color [she chose for the drapes.]
noun clause





The settlers could see the red skies in the north, [where the Indians were burning farms and towns.]

adjective clause



[While visiting his parents] he attended our church.

adverb clause


The house would be completely destroyed [unless the fire department responded quickly.]

adverb clause


I remember [what you told me about poison ivy.]
noun clause

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    [What I wanted to do] was to finish my work.
    S OK

    The valedictory prize will be awarded to [whoever has the highest academic rating.]
    DO no

    The chairman heard [what was said about the program.]
    DO OK

    A good night's sleep is [what I need most.]
    PN OK

    The first thing to consider was [how to find a paying job.]
    S no

    I am optimistic enough to believe [that young people will respond to a challenge.]
    DO OK

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    From here on, you're not telling what each clause is doing in the sentence. Was there a change in directions you forgot to tell us about?


    Washington played by the river [when he was young.]
    adjective clause no

    [While talking,] he waved his arms.
    adverb clause OK

    [What the speaker] said was not clear.
    noun clause OK

    I shall not repeat the story, [since it is not true.]
    adverb clause OK

    Bryan, [who played the part of the lion], was the star of the play "Androcles and the Lion."
    adjective clause OK

    The exhibition could not begin [until Phineas Barnum appeared.]
    adverb clause OK

    [What will happen] is anyone's guess.
    noun clause OK

    The gardener put in a pinch of grass seed [wherever he pulled out a weed.]
    noun clause no

    This is the house [that Jack built.]
    adjective clause OK

    As [the sun sank and darkness fell,] hordes of gnats were attracted by the fire.
    adverb clause OK - including "As"

    Red was the color [she chose for the drapes.]
    noun clause no

    The settlers could see the red skies in the north, [where the Indians were burning farms and towns.]
    adjective clause OK

    [While visiting his parents] he attended our church.
    adverb clause OK

    The house would be completely destroyed [unless the fire department responded quickly.]
    adverb clause OK

    I remember [what you told me about poison ivy.]
    noun clause OK

  • can you please look over my answers? clauses -

    I’m sorry, yes, the directions did change. All I am supposed to do from that point on was state weather the clause was a noun clause, an adjective clause, or an adverb clause. So I changed the answers that I previously had.. Can you please check over them? Thank you so much, it means a lot.

    The valedictory prize will be awarded to [whoever has the highest academic rating.]
    PN

    The first thing to consider was [how to find a paying job.]
    PN

    Washington played by the river [when he was young.]
    Noun clause

    The gardener put in a pinch of grass seed [wherever he pulled out a weed.]
    Adverb clause

    Red was the color [she chose for the drapes.]
    I thought that this would actually be a noun clause… but it isn’t?

  • can you please look over my answers? clauses -

    DO THA STANKY LEG ...........

  • English -

    Select the abbreviation that tells how the italicized noun clause is used.

    S-subject, DO-direct object, SC-subject complement, OP-object of preposition

    What I had been hoping for was a scholarship.

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    Select the abbreviation that tells how the italicized noun clause is used.

    S-subject, DO-direct object, SC-subject complement, OP-object of preposition

    A lecture on cleanliness was not what the children wanted to hear.

  • can you please look over my answers? clauses -

    S-subject, DO-direct object, SC-subject complement, OP-object of preposition

    What I wanted to do was to finish my work.

  • can you please look over my answers? clauses -

    Select the abbreviation that tells how the italicized noun clause is used.

    S-subject, DO-direct object, SC-subject complement, OP-object of preposition

    The valedictory prize will be awarded to whoever has the highest academic rating.

    HELPPP

  • can you please look over my answers? clauses -

    Select the abbreviation that tells how the italicized noun clause is used. S-subject, DO-direct object, SC-subject complement, OP-object of preposition The valedictory prize will be awarded to whoever has the highest academic rating. {{who ever has the highest academic rating}} is the italizied noun clause

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    assesst

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    Amanda bought a prom dress which she considered the most beautiful dress ever made.

    Adjective clause:Amanda bought a prom dress

    Word(s) modified:dress

  • can you please look over my answers? clauses -

    Select the abbreviation that tells how the italicized noun clause is used.

    S-subject, DO-direct object, SC-subject complement, OP-object of preposition

    The chairman heard what was said about the program.


    S
    OP
    SC
    DO

  • can you please look over my answers? clauses -

    do

  • can you please look over my answers? clauses -

    Lol 'homework' = alpha omega academy coursework assignment = entire school is homework

  • can you please look over my answers? clauses -

    HNGHG

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