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Ralph,who is a student,also has a part-time job.

1)What is the independent clause in this sentence?
also has a part-time

2)What kind of dependent clause is( who is a student) in this sentence? Is it a noun, adjective,or adverb clause?
-a noun

  • English -

    1) You forgot the subject and object of the independent clause.

    2) The dependent clause is not a noun clause. Doesn't it describe Ralph?

  • english -

    1) Ralph,who is a student. Is the independent

    2)Adveb clause

  • english -

    Joe, you're not thinking!

    An independent clause must be able to be a complete sentence on its own (or it can be included in a compound or complex sentence). Is "Ralph, who is a student" able to be a complete sentence on its own?

    What do adverbs modify?
    What do adjectives modify?
    What is that dependent clause modifying??

  • english -

    1)

    2) is an adjective clause. It describe a word or a group of words in another clause.

  • english -

    1) who is a student,also has a part-time job. Is the independent.
    hope is right.

  • english/writeteacher -

    Ralph,who is a student,also has a part-time job.

    1)What is the independent clause in this sentence?
    also has a part-time

    2)What kind of dependent clause is( who is a student) in this sentence? Is it a noun, adjective,or adverb clause?
    -a noun


    1) who is a student,also has a part-time job. Is the independent.
    hope is right.

    2) is an adjective clause.

  • english -

    1) = incorrect

    2) = correct

  • english -

    Ralph,also has a part time job is the independent

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