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24 January, 15:26

Hich words in the sentence are the adverb clause?

Jenny tried to cook a meal from scratch because she wanted to impress her family.

a. from scratch because

b. because she wanted to impress her family

c. to cook a meal from scratch

d. Jenny tried

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  1. 24 January, 17:25
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    B is the correct answer, because 'because she wanted to impress her family' is the only clause with an active verb, whereas the other examples either don't have a verb (from scratch because), or it isn't active which means it is a phrase, not a clause (to cook a meal from scratch) or an independent sentence (Jenny tried).
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