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Will someone please check me.

Underline each subordinate clause in the following sentences. In the space at the right, tell whether the group of words is an adjective, adverb, or noun clause.

1. Unless you review, you will forget. Adverb

2. Slips of the tongue often show what we really think. Adjective

3. The life that you save may be your own. Noun

4. Some people work while other people sleep. Adjective

5. The man whose car was struck took the case to court. Noun
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Hi,

Will someone please check me.

1. Unless you review, you will forget. Adverb

2. Slips of the tongue often show what we really think. Adjective

3. The life that you save may be your own. Noun

4. Some people work while other people sleep. Adjective

5. The man whose car was struck took the case to court. Noun

Underline each subordinate clause in the following sentences. In the space at the right, tell whether the group of words is an adjective, adverb, or noun clause.

1. Unless you review, you will forget. Adverb

2. Slips of the tongue often show what we really think. Noun

3. The life that you save may be your own. Adjective

4. Some people work while other people sleep. Adverb

5. The man whose car was struck took the case to court. Adjective

Best wishes, Clive
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AnonymousWill someone please check me.

Underline each subordinate clause in the following sentences. In the space at the right, tell whether the group of words is an adjective, adverb, or noun clause.

1. Unless you review, you will forget. Adverb Correct

2. Slips of the tongue often show what we really think. Adjective Noun (subject of sentence)

3. The life that you save may be your own. Noun "may be" is the verb of the sentence

4. Some people work while other people sleep. Adjective Adverb (modifyig 'sleep')

5. The man whose car was struck took the case to court. Noun Correct
I don't think that #3 fits into your choices, as it is the verb of the sentence. 'your own' could be an adjective, modifying 'life'.