What is the subordinate clause of the following sentence? is it a noun, adjective, or adverb clause?: We will go to the bookstore after lunch, unless you went there already.

1 Answer
Apr 20, 2018

Answer:

Unless you went there already.

Explanation:

This is a subordinate clause or dependent clause. Before subordinate clause by AP style ( the biggest style on earth now a days on earth than Oxford style once because almost all media world use it!) discourage a COMMA before subordinate connecting word. Or need not it.

This is a noun clause.

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