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Identify the bolded portion of the following sentence.

JACOB HAD TO BUY A NEW CELL PHONE after dropping his old one in the pool.

A. Adverb clause
B. Adjective clause
C. Subordinate clause
D. Independent clause
I think it is a Subordinate clause

Identify the bolded portion of the following sentence.

THE CHILDREN BUILT A SANDCASTLE while their father read a book.

A. Adverb clause
B. Adjective clause
C. Subordinate clause
D. Independent clause
I think it is an Independent clause

Which of these can an adverbial clause modify?

A. Noun
B. Adverb
C. Pronoun
D. Preposition
I think it is an Adverb

Which of the following is an example of an internal conflict?

A. Bailey wants to visit her French pen pal, but she is afraid of flying.
B. Miranda breaks her brother's tennis racket and must earn money to replace it.
C. Sean orders a pizza and, when it is delivered, it is burned to a crisp.
D. Zach climbs a tree to prevent it from being cut down for a new shopping mall.

I think it is A

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  1. What is your choices? I'll check them.

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  2. Oops, sorry I see them now. ^^^^

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  3. my answer is at the bottom of each question.

    Thank You.

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  4. Correct

    Which of these can an adverbial clause modify?

    B. Adverb

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  5. I put Adverb for the second one.

    What about the third one?

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  6. THE CHILDREN BUILT A SANDCASTLE while their father read a book.

    Clause- has subject and verb
    Independent- could be a sentence on its own.

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  7. ok. so #2 is independent clause?

    Do you know what 1 and 4 are?

    Thank You.

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  8. Sorry,

    Yes #2 is independent clause.
    #4 is, A. Bailey wants to visit her French pen pal, but she is afraid of flying.
    #1 is, I think it Subordinate clause too

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  9. Identify the bolded portion of the following sentence.

    JACOB HAD TO BUY A NEW CELL PHONE after dropping his old one in the pool.

    A. Adverb clause
    B. Adjective clause
    C. Subordinate clause
    D. Independent clause
    I think it is a Subordinate clause incorrect

    Identify the bolded portion of the following sentence.

    THE CHILDREN BUILT A SANDCASTLE while their father read a book.

    A. Adverb clause
    B. Adjective clause
    C. Subordinate clause
    D. Independent clause
    I think it is an Independent clause correct

    Which of these can an adverbial clause modify?

    A. Noun
    B. Adverb
    C. Pronoun
    D. Preposition
    I think it is an Adverb correct

    Which of the following is an example of an internal conflict?

    A. Bailey wants to visit her French pen pal, but she is afraid of flying.
    B. Miranda breaks her brother's tennis racket and must earn money to replace it.
    C. Sean orders a pizza and, when it is delivered, it is burned to a crisp.
    D. Zach climbs a tree to prevent it from being cut down for a new shopping mall.

    I think it is A correct

  10. Writeteacher can you guide me to what you think The Children built a sandcastle is because I don't feel it is independent?

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  11. OOOPs sorry - I meant the first one with Jacob - my mistake..

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