1. English

    Use a __________ after an independent clause that introduces a clause, a phrase, or even a single word that explains the original clause. A. comma B. colon C. semicolon D. dash

    asked by Angela on May 5, 2014
  2. English 3

    1) Select the abbreviation that tells how the italicized noun clause is used. S-subject, DO-direct object, SC-subject complement, OP-object of preposition Our study efforts should go to (whatever subject is most in need of improvement.) *my answer is DO

    asked by Debra on September 18, 2012
  3. english 4

    Change the italicized clause to a nominative absolute. Rewrite the entire sentence in the box below. As the hurricane season was over, people returned to the cottages on the beach. Change the italicized clause to a nominative absolute. Rewrite the entire

    asked by dana on November 9, 2014
  4. English

    What grammatical structure is the italicized portion of the sentence? 1. (Headed by a senior), the group drew up rules for School Spirit Week. - nominative absolute 2. My most valuable coin, (one from Spain), is worth more than $100.00. - prepositional

    asked by Courtney on November 4, 2012
  5. english

    please help me!!!! Put the sizes on the uniforms while sorting them out. and the italicized is sorting them out,can only be: adverb clause infinitive phrase past participial phrase elliptical clause adjective clause

    asked by matt on May 8, 2012
  6. english

    I need to combine the following sentence by changing the Italicized group of words into a gerund or gerund phrase. Then write the complete sentence using (prepositional phrase with a gerund object) I watch for the sales. This way I save money.

    asked by mary on April 8, 2011
  7. Language Arts

    18. Identify the term that correctly identifies the sentence. After all, I have always been a night owl, and I prefer moonlight to sunlight. A. Simple Sentence. B. Compound Sentence. C. Complex Sentence. D. Compound-Complex Sentence.*** 19. Identify the

    asked by Haley on December 6, 2016
  8. english

    What type of clause or phrase is italicized in the sentence below? The driver, confused by the sign, made a wrong turn.

    asked by joe on May 10, 2012
  9. 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: _____

    asked by Amy on January 13, 2012
  10. grammar

    what type pf clause or phrase is italicized in the sentence below? Frances has plenty of time (to devote to her painting) appositive adverb clause infinitive adjective clause present participle phrase

    asked by alexy on March 6, 2015
  11. Could you please check over my english? :)

    I'm working on an English assignment and I've answered most of them, but I'm not too sure about these ones.. If you could check over my answers that would be amazing! Thank you so much in advance :) In the following sentences identify the main clause. Find

    asked by Amy on December 13, 2011
  12. english

    Change the italicized clause to a nominative absolute. Rewrite the entire sentence in the box below. As the hurricane season was over, people returned to the cottages on the beach. as the hurricane season was over is italicized.

    asked by jay on June 23, 2016
  13. english

    The fishing having become so poor, we packed up camp and moved to another lake. past participial phrase noun clause adverb clause nominative absolute elliptical clause

    asked by marie on November 7, 2014
  14. Language Arts

    1. Which group of words is a phrase? A. you will nail the test B. in the rain C. the time was up D. she is busy E. the statue Answer: B 2. Which phrase begins with a preposition? A. could not run B. for her sake C. signs on the wall D. sailing in the sea

    asked by Anonymous on March 29, 2019
  15. English Grammar - Clauses

    The following sentence contains _____. We like him as much as them. an adjective clause a noun clause an elliptical clause no subordinate clause I think "as much as them" is an adverb clause but since it's not an option, I'd choose "no subordinate clause."

    asked by Emily on July 30, 2015
  16. English

    1. James Joyce was a great master of stream of consciousness. simple sentence*** compound sentence complex sentence compound-complex sentence 2. Joyce's, however, owed much to French novelist who had used the technique much earlier. simple sentence

    asked by Anonymous on December 28, 2017
  17. english

    Identify the italicized phrase in the following sentence. Jolene went to the city to find a new job. adverb adjective noun

    asked by casey on September 26, 2014
  18. english check answer

    To run a four-minute mile, excellent physical condition is important. Phrase fragment Dangling modifier (******) Run-on sentence Misplaced modifier Next ones is underlined words so I put * around them *The dog ate the shoe* that was lying on the closet

    asked by bam on January 7, 2015
  19. english

    What grammatical structure is the italicized portion of the sentence? Although her personality had not changed at all, Megan looked quite different is it: adverb clause infinitive phrase past participial phrase elliptical clause adjective clause

    asked by john on April 5, 2012
  20. english

    what type of clause or phase is painting Frances has plenty of time to devote to her painting.

    asked by Anonymous on July 11, 2012
  21. English - Sentences/Clauses

    Hello, could you please help me with a few questions I have with English? Directions: Classify this sentence as simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex. 1. She thought she saw a stranger, but he turned out to be her neighbor who was back from

    asked by Amy on January 13, 2012
  22. English 3

    1)Select the abbreviation that tells how the italicized noun clause is used. S-subject, DO-direct object, SC-subject complement, OP-object of preposition A lecture on cleanliness was not what the children wanted to hear. 2)Select the adjective clause and

    asked by Debra on September 18, 2012
  23. English

    Select the term that correctly identifies each sentence or underlined part of a sentence. 1. James Joyce was a great master of stream of consciousness. (1 point) *simple sentence compound sentence complex sentence compound-complex sentence 2. Joyce,

    asked by Anonymous on December 14, 2015
  24. english

    I have to write complex sentences with some hard words like contentious, diffident, and gregarious for example. Anyone know of a web site that may help??? When I looked up the word diffident, I found the meaning. Because diffident describes how I write

    asked by shari on August 11, 2007
  25. english

    1.Which literary device is used in the following sentence? According to that report, these special materials can bend "radar light, or other waves around an object like water flowing around a smooth rock in a stream." A.simile B.metaphor C.alliteration

    asked by GummyBears on December 13, 2015
  26. english

    What type of clause or phrase is italicized in the sentence below? The play, a three-act farce, amused everyone. please help fast!!

    asked by jay on May 8, 2012
  27. Help me, plz

    This is my last question(s) of the day. [Singing loudly in the shower] is what Jessica loves to do every morning. gerund phrase participial phrase*** appositive phrase prepositional phrase Meat [that is produced organically] is often quite expensive.

    asked by Princess Anna on January 13, 2014
  28. Language Arts

    I just need someone to double check my work. :) Here are my answers: 1. C 2. B 3. A 4. B 5. D 6. B 7. A 8. A Here are the questions: Choose the option that correctly identifies the ( underlined words ) in each sentence. 1. (Stretching for 210 miles), the

    asked by Missy on January 4, 2013
  29. English

    1. Forgetting her homework and her books. A. Phrase fragment, B. Dangling modifier. C. Run-on sentence. D. Misplaced modifer. 2. Choose the term that describes the underlined phrase. The storm (which was a Category 3 hurrican), damaged the beaches along

    asked by Mckenna on December 18, 2015
  30. English

    Identify the grammar problem. A cool, pine-scented breeze. a. misplaced modifier b. dangling modifier c. phrase fragment** d. none of the above Identify the best choice for the capitalized phrase Throughout history, BIRDS HAVE BEEN CONSIDERED IMPORTANT

    asked by BUBBLES on December 10, 2015
  31. english4

    what type of clause or phrase is used in the sentence: we hit a snag while rowing to shore

    asked by Robert on October 3, 2012
  32. 7th grade language arts Ms. Sue please

    5. Which of the following describes the underlined part of this sentence from "LAFFF"? In spite of all I could do, my grades were nothing compared to Peter's. (1 point) simple sentence compound sentence independent clause dependent clause 6. Which of the

    asked by Delilah on February 4, 2013
  33. language

    What type of context clue is provided for the italicized word in the sentence below? when you are PRONE to something, you are likely to act or be a certain way. a) direct definition b) visual clue c) explanatory word or phrase d) antonym

    asked by victoria on September 30, 2013
  34. English

    Scientists report (1) that creatures living in the deep sea are in danger of starving to death. The underlined part of sentence 1 is what kind of clause? adverbial clause adjectival clause noun clause Independent clause My answer is independent because if

    asked by Steve on March 19, 2017
  35. English

    Choose the term that best describes the quoted phrase. "He read the book" that his aunt had recommended. a. noun clause b. adverb clause c. independent clause*** d. subordinate clause

    asked by Kaai97 on January 27, 2016
  36. 11th grade english. Noun clauses

    I'm supposed to choose how the italicized noun clause is used. Not so sure about the different types of noun clauses.. can someone help me? & also kinda explain the difference? 1.The first thing to consider was [how to find a paying job.] S OP PN DO 2.I am

    asked by Amy on December 10, 2011
  37. english

    can some body give me a example of a clause sentence Eric or Bear or whoever -- http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/clauses.htm If you have one independent clause, you also have a sentence if you punctuate it properly. If you have one dependent clause,

    asked by bear on July 11, 2007
  38. English 10

    Whenever I see a competitive game of Ultimate Frisbee, I AM INSPIRED TO JOIN A TEAM. Which type of clause is bolded? adjective clause adverb clause noun clause independent clause

    asked by Talyor on November 19, 2014
  39. English 3

    1.) Identify the main clause in the sentence below. Then decide if the subordinate clause is used as noun, adjective, or adverb. The clams, which he ate, were still fresh. Main Clause: which he ate Subordinate clause type: Adjective 2.)Identify the

    asked by Amy on July 23, 2012
  40. English ~ Clauses

    Hey guys! I was hoping that someone could look over my answers & help me out with the ones I didn't get? Thanks :) Directions: Identify the subordinate clause. Tell whether it is a noun, adj, or adv. clause. Indicate whether it's introduced by a relative

    asked by Ashley on January 23, 2012
  41. English

    7. Which sentence contains italicized words that are used as an infinitive phrase? A. Tom went there for some flour. B. Kelly went to the grocery store. C. Mark wanted to go, but not today. D. Jane parked her car behind a truck. These words are

    asked by Sarah on November 20, 2014
  42. English

    2. Choose the term that describes the underlined part of the sentence. Although it was raining fairly hard, the team played its best game ever. (1 point) noun clause adjective clause adverb clause independent clause My Answer: "noun clause" Can someone

    asked by ρσяк on January 22, 2018
  43. english

    What grammatical structure is the italicized portion of the sentence? By mistake I opened a package addressed to my sister. adverb clause infinitive phrase past participial phrase elliptical clause adjective clause

    asked by Makayla on May 7, 2012
  44. English

    What type of clause or phrase is italicized in the sentence below? The play, a three-act farce, amused everyone.

    asked by AJ on September 23, 2013
  45. English

    What type of clause or phrase is italicized in the sentence below? (Jumping across the ditch), the fire threatened our house.

    asked by Aryn on December 12, 2013
  46. Language Arts

    Im not really sure about these. But i just put what i think, correct if im wrong? (Stretching for 210 miles,) the Thames is in England. a. Prepositional phrase b. gerund phrase c. participial phrase

    asked by Brittany Bevard on January 13, 2014
  47. Language Arts~!

    * Trying to laugh as quietly as possible,* Lucas snuck out of the kitchen. prepositional phrase gerund phrase participial phrase appositive phrase * Singing loudly in the shower* is what Jessica loves to do every morning. gerund phrase participial phrase

    asked by Gabby on January 16, 2014
  48. Language Arts

    * Trying to laugh as quietly as possible,* Lucas snuck out of the kitchen. prepositional phrase gerund phrase participial phrase appositive phrase * Singing loudly in the shower* is what Jessica loves to do every morning. gerund phrase participial phrase

    asked by Princess Anna on January 12, 2014
  49. english

    Identify the underlined words in each sentence. 7. (Because chickens peck at each other,) someone invented chicken glasses. independent clause adverbial clause complex sentence adjectival clause 10. The Great Dane, (a large dog,)leapt over the fence.

    asked by Anonymous on December 6, 2012
  50. Langauge arts

    6. Climbing so slowly they seem immobile is how sloths spend their days. (1 point) prepositional phrase gerund phrase participial phrase appositive phrase 7. Sam and Dean were shocked to find they both enjoyed playing soccer. (1 point) subordinate clause

    asked by anonymous on January 22, 2014
  51. Reading

    Choose the option that correctly identifies the words in () in each sentence. 5. (Stretching for 210 miles) , the Thames is in England. (1 point) prepositional phrase gerund phrase participial phrase appositive phrase 6. (Eating flesh with razor-sharp

    asked by Lily on December 7, 2012
  52. LA-check my answers.

    Singing loudly in the shower is what Jessica loves to do every morning. gerund phrase participial phrase appositive phrase *** prepositional phrase The janitor told Principal Johnson he put the cleaning materials where he always left it. independent clause

    asked by Princess Anna on January 13, 2014
  53. Language Arts help last questions please

    Identify the italicized word(s) in each sentence. 17. Going outside during a thunderstorm is not the wisest thing to do in the summer. (*Going outside during a thunderstorm* is italicized) gerund phrase participal phrase infinitive phrase prepositional

    asked by Charlotte on November 18, 2013
  54. Language help

    (Singing loudly in the shower) is what Jessica loves to do every morning. a. gerund phrase b. participial phrase c. appositive phrase *** d. prepositional phrase (Sam and Dean were shocked to find they both enjoyed playing soccer.) a. subordinate clause

    asked by Brittany Bevard on January 13, 2014
  55. English

    Which term correctly identifies the italicized phrase in the following sentence? "The ice *hanging down from the tree branches* shone in the soft light.". A. Prepositional phrase B. Appositive phrase * C. Gerund phrase D. Practiciple phrase

    asked by ER98 on March 4, 2019
  56. language arts

    which term correctly identifies the italicized phrase in the following sentence? the ice (hanging down from the tree branches) shone in the soft light a. prepositional phrase b. appositive phrase c. gerund phrase d. practiciple phrase

    asked by Itzel on March 8, 2018
  57. English

    I’d done a car for one of her patients, who told her about me.” Which of the following describes the underlined words in this sentence? A. a nominal clause B. an adjectival clause C. an infinitive phrase D. a gerund phrase I chose B, the adjectival

    asked by Jim on December 2, 2014
  58. language

    Identify the italicized word or words in each sentence Going Outside DURING A THUNDERSTORM is not the wisest thing to do in the summer. a) infinitive phrase b) participial phrase c) gerund phrase d) prepositional phrase

    asked by victoria on November 16, 2013
  59. language

    Identify the italicized word or words in each sentence the pool COVERED UP SINCE THE END OF SUMMER LAST YEAR is now open, clean and ready to use. a) infinitive phrase b) participial phrase c) gerund phrase d) prepositional phrase

    asked by victoria on November 16, 2013
  60. help?

    If something is stately, it is impressive. informal. common. tacky. To needle a person is to press him or her into taking a particular action. make that person try to locate a very small object. speak sharply to him or her. Exotic tourist places are

    asked by Princess Anna on December 23, 2013
  61. language arts

    Identify the term that correctly identifies the italicized word(s) in each sentence. 7. Listening to the mix CD my brother made for me, I began to hope he would make me another. (1 point) adverbial phrase gerund phrase infinitive phrase participial phrase

    asked by aliyah on September 19, 2012
  62. english

    6. In which sentence are the italicized words a dangling modifier? (A dangling modifier is a phrase that doesn't modify the noun that's near it.) A. Arriving ten minutes late, the store was closed for the night. B. Flying beneath the cloud, the pilot could

    asked by me on May 7, 2009
  63. language

    Identify the italicized word or words in each sentence Simon preferred LISTENING TO MUSIC as he did his homework a) infinitive phrase b) gerund phrase c) infinitive phrase d) prepositional phrase

    asked by victoria on October 25, 2013
  64. college

    Write a sentence of at least 150 words—no substituting semicolons or conjunctions for periods and no stream of consciousness. Include at least one of each of the following: gerund phrase, participial phrase, infinitive phrase, appositive, adjectival

    asked by Jana on November 24, 2009
  65. English

    1.) Identify the choice that best describes the problem Forgetting her homework and her books a.) Phrase fragment b.) Dangling modifier c.) Run-on sentence d.) Misplaced modifier A 2.) Choose the term that describes the underlined part of the sentence

    asked by English on January 13, 2016
  66. English

    I had to pick what grammatical stucture is in the "" portion of the sentence. Choses are adverb clause infinitive phrase past participial elliptical clause adjective clause present participial phrase nominative absoolute appossitive past participle phrase

    asked by Toni on April 12, 2011
  67. English

    I need help if the sentence are good and i'm not sure with the underlining. Make up a sentece that contains an adjective cluase, and underline the adjective clause. Sentence #1: Celery, which people often leave uneaten, is very nutritous. Make up a sentece

    asked by Lisa on October 18, 2011
  68. English

    1.) Choose the term that best describes the underlined phrase Gripping the rail,*** "Lindsey stepped onto the ice". *** A.) independent clause B.) adjective clause C.) adverb clause D.) noun clause A 2.) Choose the term that best describes the underlined

    asked by Answer check on January 13, 2016
  69. language art

    1.Chris was being OBNOXIOUS when he -told Mrs.Kelly it was a great day for a race. -insulted Gina's new haircut. -kept the little kids' ball from going into the street. -returned Mr.Cho's keys. 2.If something is STATELY, it is -impressive -informal -common

    asked by Chrissy on December 18, 2013
  70. english

    What grammatical structure is the italicized portion of the sentence? By serving as a popcorn vendor, Don saw many good games. present participial phrase nominative absolute appositive past participial phrase prepositional phrase with a gerund

    asked by Chris on June 5, 2013
  71. English

    Which is a simple sentence? 1. Given the time of day,we were lucky to find a taxi. 2. Shelia used the lawnmower and Jacob drove the tractor. 3. Eventually she will. 4. Jennifer and Brian gave money to the orphanage. Would number 4 be an example of a simple

    asked by Devonna on December 1, 2006
  72. Lang Arts

    Select the letter that corresponds to the word or words that the italicized phrase modifies or describes. 9. The scientist Jane Goodall was born (in London) in 1934. a. in 1934 b. Jane Goodall c. scientist d. was born 10. In her twenties, she began her

    asked by Nyla on September 25, 2012
  73. Writing Skills

    A clause from Sentence (i) has been turned into a(n)________in sentence(ii). (i) Since she knew what the lecture was about, she didn't attend the meeting. (ii) Knowing what the lecture was about, she didn't attend the meeting. A. compound predicate B.

    asked by Karin on August 29, 2005
  74. english

    1.Identify the reason for the comma(s) in the following sentence: When you have the opportunity to interview for a job, you can improve your chances for consideration by dressing for success. a.To join two independent clauses (along with a conjunction)

    asked by Cynthia on December 10, 2012
  75. Grammar

    A simple __________ expresses one complete thought (one independent clause) with one subject and one predicate. A) clause B) phrase C) sentence I answered c, although I think it could be B also

    asked by Marie on October 15, 2012
  76. English

    The woman "who won the cookie competition" is my mother. A. subordinate clause B. adjective clause C. independent clause D. adverbial clause B I was in a hurry so I ate "a cold bowl of cereal" as I walked out the door. A. misplaced modifier B. noun clause

    asked by Anonymous on January 17, 2014
  77. English

    Identify the term that best describes the words/phrases in parentheses. 1. The teacher asked her pupils to (stay) put during the screening of the documentary. linking verb action verb 2. The committee judged the logo (the most appropriate symbol) for the

    asked by Leah on January 23, 2013
  78. English

    Can Someone help me on figuring out how to distinguish one clause from another and explain or give me a resource to use that would help. And also give an example of each. Thanks! Adverbial Clause Adjectival Clause Noun Clause Independent Clause

    asked by Oreos on December 1, 2016
  79. Eng 111

    I need help identifying how the word is in wach sentence. I have to tell it it is an adjectibe, adverb conjunction, noun pronoun, adfective clause, adverb clause, noun clause, gerind phrase, infinitive clause, participial phrase, Please help me with the

    asked by Debbie on May 12, 2008
  80. 11th grade english

    I'm supposed to choose how the italicized noun clause is used. Not so sure about the different types of noun clauses.. can someone help me? & also kinda explain the difference? 1.The first thing to consider was [how to find a paying job.] S OP PN DO 2.I am

    asked by Emily on December 9, 2011
  81. english

    1.Choose the term that best describe the underlined phrase. (This is a battle) about which little is known. A.noun clause B.adverb clause C.adjective clause D.independent clause I think the answer is A because my two opinions is between A and D. please

    asked by GummyBears on December 13, 2015
  82. language

    Identify the italicized word or words EATING FLESH WITH RAZOR-SHARP TEETH is how piranhas survive. a) gerund phrase b) infinitive phrase c) participial phrase d) prepositional phrase

    asked by victoria on November 21, 2013
  83. 10 lit

    Whenever I see a competitive game of Ultimate Frisbee, I am inspired to join a team. Which type of clause is underlined? adjective clause adverb clause noun clause independent clause

    asked by niyah on April 1, 2016
  84. 11th grade english

    Hello! I was hoping someone could look over my answers? It's very much appreciated! :) How is the bracketed noun clause used? Subject, Direct object, Predicate noun, or Object of preposition. 1. I am optimistic enough to believe [that young people will

    asked by Amy on January 13, 2012
  85. English

    Identify the italicized phrase in the following sentence. Jolene went to the city to find a new job.

    asked by Salman on May 8, 2017
  86. Grammar

    Just a quick question- Choose the answer that best identifies the phrase in CAPS: Fossil plants that scientists have identified include cactuses and oaks, and THEY ARE PRESERVED IN BREATHTAKING DETAIL. A.adj. clause B.adverb clause C.noun clause

    asked by mysterychicken on May 9, 2009
  87. Grammar

    two questions if you could help pls thank you! ______________________________________________________________ Neither Molly nor Sarah wanted to go to the rather tiring fair; they were too busy preparing for their tests. “Busy preparing for their

    asked by please help! on January 29, 2020
  88. English

    1. Read the sentence from paragraph 1 below. It looms menacingly over the road from the roof of a farmhouse, a flying reptile with a seven-foot wingspan. Which of the following correctly describes this sentence? A. Simple sentence B. Complex sentence C.

    asked by Cassie on March 29, 2013
  89. Grammar

    I have a few more grammar questions, can someone please help me find the answer? Choose the answer that best identifies the phrase in CAPS. 1.These flower fossils, WHICH CAME FROM A VACANT LOT, are the best that have ever been discovered anywhere in the

    asked by mysterychicken on May 8, 2009
  90. Language need help

    I love telling people about Jodi Picoult, (whose books are always bestsellers.) a. Subordinate clause b. Adjectival clause c. Independent clause*** d. Adverbial clause I was in a hurry so i ate (a cold dish of cereal) as i was walking out the door. a.

    asked by Brittany Bevard on January 13, 2014
  91. critical thinking

    What is the difference between a clause and a phrase? A. A clause has a subject and a verb, but a phrase doesn't. B. A phrase has a subject and a verb, but a clause doesn't. C. A phrase always contains a preposition. D. A clause always contains a

    asked by Saddia on March 22, 2015
  92. English

    Choose the term that describes the underlined phrase. When you’re finished, please lock the door. A. adverbial clause*** B. adjective phrase C. infinitive phrase D. appositive phrase

    asked by hipniblet on October 1, 2019
  93. englsih

    we saw nelson (skating in the park) the parenthesis is it idependent clause gerund phrase or adverb clause or noun clause

    asked by jj on February 13, 2013
  94. english

    A subordinating conjunction usually introduces a(n) _____. adjective clause adverb clause noun clause prepositional phrase

    asked by angela on January 16, 2015
  95. English IV

    Help Please! Choose the function of the italicized infinitive phrase shown below. (stars indicate italicized infinitive phrase) Meridith is *to be restored as captain.* Answer Options: Function of infinitive: Adjective, Adverb, or Noun. (I chose adverb &

    asked by B on February 20, 2014
  96. English 3

    Identify the main clause in the sentence below. Then decide if the subordinate clause is used as noun, adjective, or adverb. Chris's chief interest was tennis, which he was just learning to play. Main Clause: which he was learning to play. Subordinate

    asked by Amanda on August 24, 2015
  97. Languge...Grammar

    Is "Although They" in the following sentence a Prepositional Phrase? Thank You They tried, although they didn't expect to win. No. "Although" is a conjunction linking two independent clauses. "They" is the subject of the second clause. Can you tell me

    asked by Mandi on July 4, 2007
  98. English

    A clause from sentence (i) has been turned into a(n) ___ in sentence (ii). (i)Since she knew what the lecture was about, she didn't attend the meeting. (ii) Knowing what the lecture was about, she didn't attend the meeting. 1 - compund predicate 2 -

    asked by Sarah on February 13, 2008
  99. English- Writeteacher/steve

    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 Can you help me further with this, I know it

    asked by Cassie on January 31, 2014
  100. English

    (1) Brenda would have liked to have taken her vacation at the beach. (2) However, the weather forecast on the television called for rain. (3) Also, her fiancé, Max, wanted to vacation in the mountains. (4) After a heated discussion, Brenda and Max decided

    asked by Ciana on February 22, 2015