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Identify what the sentence is:

The bicycle path winds through the city *that is 40 miles long*
a.Simple sentence
b.Noun clause
c.Misplace modifier*
d.Adverbial clause

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    Its a misplace modifier

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    Thanks, Kitty! XD

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    Your welcome Mary! :D

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