20 points!Is the underlined clause independent or subordinate?

I read a novel until the guests arrived.
                                            








A.
subordinate







B.
independent

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Answer 1
Answer:
This is subordinate sentence.
Answer 2
Answer: The underlined word is A) Subordinate. It is dependent on the main clause. 

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Which sentence uses speech marks ( “ and ” ) correctly? a. “Quietly he asked,” Where did you leave it?”
b. Quietly he asked, “Where did you leave it?”
c. “Quietly he asked, where did you leave it?”
d. Quietly he asked”, where did you leave it?”

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The answer to your question would be B.) , because the speech marks need to be in the question, not the statement.
B because you only put the quotes when the person is TALKING and you put the comma before the quotes! 

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2. He was wearing two different color socks but a least his shoes were the same.
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4. Please fill the dishwasher and empty the trash.
5. I will date a short guy or a tall guy. if he treats me the manners.
6. She used to be very reserved , but she's much more outgoing since she's been taking dancing lessons.
7. He was pretty wise, but pound foolish.
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Which is an empty modifier A. herioc B. powerful c. great d. famous

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What is one half to the third power

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0.125. Just use a calculator.

Answer:

1/8

Explanation:

(1/2)^3 is the same as

1 1

——— = ————- =1/8

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Write a composition on "Moral values are not formed by our inner circle"​

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"Moral values are not formed by our inner circle".

Morals are the principles which help a person to decide between wrong and right. If someone doesn’t know how to differentiate between the two, he is known as immoral person. We all are born with a sense of morality. We know somewhere in our instincts, the difference between the good or bad, the right or wrong in a situation.

Inner circle is the exclusive group of people in a person’s life whom he considers the closest. This number (of people in the group) is usually very small. They have the power to influence one’s decisions. But moral values should not be formed by our inner circle. One could be a completely different personality than the person in his inner circle. What may be correct for the other person, may not be right for the other.  Each persons perspectives are different.

Morals are related to essential human thoughts and feelings that inspire us in various ways. Values are important to us. It's what drives our conduct. They frame our decisions on what is moral or immoral, what is acceptable or what is unnecessary.

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Correct the double negative in each sentence.
My brother doesn’t need no help with homework.

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Answer:

My brother does not need any help with his homework.

Explanation:

A grammatically correct word should not have a double negative. One way to correct it is to remove one of the negatives. Then, if needed, you should reword and rewrite the sentence.

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