English - Ms. Sue

posted by Deborah

I guess that Ashley wasn’t popular in our town.

independent clause
adverbial clause
adjectival clause
noun clause

Ms. Sue the website you gave me didn't talk about these clauses can you give me a clue how to figure them out - I have 5 questions with these in it...thank you

  1. Ms. Sue

    I guess is the independent clause.

    that Ashley wasn't popular in our town is a noun clause, the direct object of "guess."

  2. Deborah

    thank u

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