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Write the subordinate conjunctions of each sentences
1-We drove home carefully,because it was snowing. sub is( because)

2-We had classes until noon although the weather was bad. sub(until, although)

3-If the snow is deep enough, there will be no school tomorrow.sub (if,enough)

4-School is closed only when the snow is deep.sub(when)

5-Where Lisa and Marco live, there are usually two deep snows every year.sub(where)

  • English -

    2 and 3 only have one subordinate conjunction in each.

    The rest are correct.

  • english -

    In number 2 although is a subordinate and until because in list they include both
    so which one I choose

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    Until is a preposition in this sentence. It begins the phrase "until noon."

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