English/11th grade

I have a few questions on my English homework. The directions state: Analyze the sentence to select the adverb clause, subordinating conjunction, and the word(s) modified.

1. When you obey your parents, you please the Lord.
Adverb clause: _____
Subordinating conjunction: ____
Word(s) modified: ____

I think the clause would be: when you obey your parents.
I think the sub conjunction would be: when.
And the word modified would be: obey

Different directions.. Identify the type of relationship defined by the subordinating conjunction in the sentence. (either comparison, time, purpose, or place)

2. Wipe your feet before you come into the house.
I think it would be.. time. (referring to the word "before")

3. We want to start as soon as you arrive.
I think this would be a time relationship. ( "as soon as")

New Directions: Analyze the sentence to select the adjective clause and the word(s) it modifies.

4. The suggestions that she made were very helpful.

Adjective clause: that she made (would it be the entire phrase? or just "that she made"?)
Word modified: suggestions

5. Some of my cousins whom I had not seen for several years came to the reunion.

Adjective clause:whom I had not seen for several years
Word modified: came

6. Did you buy the product I recommended?

Adjective clause: I recommended
Word modified: product

If you could please look over my answers and help me with the ones I didn't get correct? I know there were a few that I probably didn't get correct :/ Thanks :)

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  1. 1. Two parts are correct. However, the clause cannot modify a word within that clause. The clause modifies the verb "please."

    4. The clause is "that she made."

    5. This is an adjective clause, so does not modify "came."

    Everything else is correct.

  2. Thank you very much :)

    and for number 5, since it's an adjective clause it would modify a noun, correct? So the noun would be cousins?

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  3. You're welcome.

    Now you're right about number 5. :-)

  4. Yes!! Perfect, thank you so much once again! (:

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  5. Perfect! :-)

  6. 1025 BEAST SQUAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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