# questions in pre-algebra

```                    That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_
The words in quotes make up an adjective clause. An adjective clause does_x000D_
begin with that, which, where, who, whom, or whose. Type the first word_x000D_
followed by a space and the last word of the adjective clause in the_x000D_
following sentence:_x000D_
The doctor examined a man whose hands were colder than the rest of_x000D_
his body._x000D_
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```                    That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_
The words in quotes make up an adjective clause. An adjective clause does_x000D_
begin with that, which, where, who, whom, or whose. Type the first word_x000D_
followed by a space and the last word of the adjective clause in the_x000D_
following sentence:_x000D_
Mrs. Carnack has a cousin whom she would like us to meet._x000D_
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```                    That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_
The words in quotes make up an adjective clause. An adjective clause does_x000D_
begin with that, which, where, who, whom, or whose. Type the first word_x000D_
followed by a space and the last word of the adjective clause in the_x000D_
following sentence:_x000D_
Who was the person who won the track meet?_x000D_
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```                    That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_
The words in quotes make up an adjective clause. An adjective clause does_x000D_
begin with that, which, where, who, whom, or whose. Type the first word_x000D_
followed by a space and the last word of the adjective clause in the_x000D_
following sentence:_x000D_
The restaurant where there was music was almost deserted._x000D_
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```                    That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_
The words in quotes make up an adjective clause. An adjective clause does_x000D_
begin with that, which, where, who, whom, or whose. Type the first word_x000D_
followed by a space and the last word of the adjective clause in the_x000D_
following sentence:_x000D_
Find a boy whose eyes are green._x000D_
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```                    That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_
The words in quotes make up an adjective clause. An adjective clause does_x000D_
begin with that, which, where, who, whom, or whose. Type the first word_x000D_
followed by a space and the last word of the adjective clause in the_x000D_
following sentence:_x000D_
The tale that was told that night was never forgotten._x000D_
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```                    That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_
The words in quotes make up an adjective clause. An adjective clause does_x000D_
begin with that, which, where, who, whom, or whose. Type the first word_x000D_
followed by a space and the last word of the adjective clause in the_x000D_
following sentence:_x000D_
There is nothing that will satisfy his curiosity._x000D_
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```                    That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_
 29 Answer: [removed] ``` That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_ The words in quotes make up an adjective clause. An adjective clause does_x000D_ what an adjective does: it modifies a noun or pronoun. The clause above_x000D_ modifies the noun "house." Adjective clauses often begin with that, which,_x000D_ where, who, whom, or whose. Type the first word, followed by a space, and_x000D_ the last word of the adjective clause in the following sentence:_x000D_ The fox that jumped the fence was large._x000D_ ``` 30 Answer: [removed] ``` That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_ The words in quotes make up an adjective clause. An adjective clause does_x000D_ what an adjective does: it modifies a noun or pronoun. The clause above_x000D_ modifies the noun "house." Adjective clauses often begin with that, which,_x000D_ where, who, whom, or whose. Type the first word, followed by a space, and_x000D_ the last word of the adjective clause in the following sentence:_x000D_ The stranger picked the nearest house, which had a green door._x000D_ ``` 31 Answer: [removed] ``` That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_ The words in quotes make up an adjective clause. An adjective clause does_x000D_ what an adjective does: it modifies a noun or pronoun. The clause above_x000D_ modifies the noun "house." Adjective clauses often begin with that, which,_x000D_ where, who, whom, or whose. Type the first word, followed by a space and_x000D_ the last word of the adjective clause in the following sentence:_x000D_ Which of the girls who laughed at the clown knows his name?_x000D_ ``` 32 Answer: [removed] ``` That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_ The words in quotes make up an adjective clause. An adjective clause does_x000D_ what an adjective does: it modifies a noun or pronoun. The clause above_x000D_ modifies the noun "house." Adjective clauses often begin with that, which,_x000D_ where, who, whom, or whose. Type the first word, followed by a space, and_x000D_ the last word of the adjective clause in the following sentence:_x000D_ I don't know who built the castle where a dragon now lives._x000D_ ``` 33 Answer: [removed] ``` That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_ The words in quotes make up an adjective clause. An adjective clause does_x000D_ what an adjective does: it modifies a noun or pronoun. The clause above_x000D_ modifies the noun "house." Adjective clauses often begin with that, which,_x000D_ where, who, whom, or whose. Type the first word, followed by a space, and_x000D_ the last word of the adjective clause in the following sentence:_x000D_ The woman whom we choose should be a strong leader._x000D_ ``` 34 Answer: [removed] ``` That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_ The words in quotes make up an adjective clause. An adjective clause does_x000D_ what an adjective does: it modifies a noun or pronoun. The clause above_x000D_ modifies the noun "house." Adjective clauses often begin with that, which,_x000D_ where, who, whom, or whose. Type the first word, followed by a space, and_x000D_ the last word of the adjective clause in the following sentence:_x000D_ An eagle, whose feather this is, lives nearby._x000D_ ``` 35 Answer: [removed] ``` That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_ The words in quotes make up an adjective clause. An adjective clause does_x000D_ what an adjective does: it modifies a noun or pronoun. The clause above_x000D_ modifies the noun "house." Adjective clauses often begin with that, which,_x000D_ where, who, whom, or whose. Type the first word, followed by a space, and_x000D_ the last word of the adjective clause in the following sentence:_x000D_ Paul Prokopf owns a cat that never sleeps._x000D_ ``` 36 Answer: [removed] ``` That is the house "where I grew up."_x000D_ The words in quotes make up an adjective clause. An adjective clause does_x000D_ what an adjective does: it modifies a noun or pronoun. The clause above_x000D_ modifies the noun "house." Adjective clauses often begin with that, which,_x000D_ where, who, whom, or whose. Type the first word, followed by a space, and_x000D_ the last word of the adjective clause in the following sentence:_x000D_ Where is the general who will lead them to victory?```
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