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I’m working on a english exercise and need guidance to help me understand better.SUBORDINATE CLAUSES EXERCISEUtilize your highlighter tool to identify and highlight each subordinate clause in the sentences below. Then highlight whether the clause is a noun, adjective, or adverb clause. (Some sentences may not contain a subordinate adverb clause.) Underline the word the clause is modifying or type the function the noun clause is performing if a noun clause.1.They cannot believe that anyone can travel five blocks in four minutes. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE2.It all begins each morning when my alarm goes off. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE3.The alarm buzzes noisily, but I pretend that I do not hear it. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE4.My older brother, who is very conscientious, begins to prod me. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE5.After I finally get out of bed, he continues to bother me. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE6.When I arrive downstairs, my parents take over. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE7.Every day they assume that I’ll be late. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE8.The only member of the family who doesn’t scold me is the dog. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE9.I leave for school at the last possible minute that I can. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE10.I’ve never been late; why everyone worries so is beyond me. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE11.I am committed to school, and I am always on time. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE12.That the Brittany spaniel is good-natured and obedient is obvious to the neighbors. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE13.Do not take the job if you are not able to lift heavy packages. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE14.Give the door prize to whoever sold the most tickets to the banquet. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE15.A sea horse looks like a tiny horse that has been joined to a fish’s body. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE16.I love to go to the beach to search for seashells. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE17.After the morning walk, I clean my seashells. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE18.I clean and polish the best specimens that I have collected. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE19.Before you decide on a career, consider carefully your abilities, interests, and opportunities. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE20.I was looking for a book that has a poem by Emily Dickinson. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE21.Did you know that the church’s centennial celebration was last weekend? NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE22.When you have finished peeling the potatoes and carrots, add them to the soup on the stove. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE23.We have included gymnastics, which is a popular sport, in our new athletics program. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE24.My Persian cat leaps into the air whenever she sees a flying insect. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE25.I love to watch my cat at play, but I am seldom able to take the time to do so. NOUN. ADJECTIVE. ADVERB. NO CLAUSE
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