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Clauses can be independent or dependent. A dependent clause can act like a noun, an adjective or an adverb. A clause is underlined in the screenplay...

Clauses can be independent or dependent. A dependent clause can act like a noun, an adjective or an adverb. A clause is underlined in the screenplay sentence below. Identify what type of clause it is.

And now we understand that he is not using any special powers. He has been using only his hands.

 

Independent clause

 

Dependent clause (adjective clause)

 

Dependent clause (noun clause) 

 

It's a phrase, not a clause.

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