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Each of the following sentences contains one or more dependent clauses in italics. Indicate whether it is an adjective, noun, or adverb clause.
Each of the following sentences contains one or more dependent clauses in italics. Indicate whether it is an adjective, noun, or adverb clause.
"When you draw blood from a patient," you should wear appropriate gloves, "which can protect both you and the patient."
adverb,
adjective
The last chemotherapy trial worked better "than the first one did."
adverb
"Only children who are under the age of two" should receive this immunization.
adjective
He had no explanation for "what he was doing".
noun
"Whatever the patient says" has to be clinically correlated "so that we can accurately document the present illness".
noun, adverb
She is confident "that her test results will be negative".
adverb
I know "where she lives", and "driving there" will take awhile.
noun, noun
The brace "that I gave her on her last visit" has greatly improved her symptoms, "which were rather severe at that time".
adjective, adjective
Patients "whose symptoms are unrelieved by steroid injection" will likely not respond well to surgical intervention.
adjective
He works for the clinic "where you had your previous surgery".
adjective