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In the sentence the homework was easier for Tyrone after he received the chapter.

Is the dependent clause was easier for Tyrone?

Is that a noun since it is a predicate noun?

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    No. Please study the site I posted for you.

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    I promise I have! It is just not making any sense to me!

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    Remember that a clause must have a subject and verb.

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    Dependent clause after he reviewed the chapter

    Adverb it modifies when it was easier?

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    Right.

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    Thanks.

    Danita is saving her old watch for when the new one stops.

    Dependent clause when the new one stops

    Modifies saving
    Adverb

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