Identify the part of speech in the [ ].
1- In some cultures, parents keep providing for their children [until] they become adults and create their own families; subsequently, they expect their children to take care of them [when] they get old and weak.
providing for their children [until] they become adults and create their own families; subsequently, they expect their children to take care of them [when] they get old and weak.
C.conjunctive adverb/ conjunction
D. adverb/ preposition
2-[Until] recent years, it was very odd for a thirty-year old "child" to be still living with his/her parents [although] in recent years this has become far more common.
A. conjunction/ conjunction
B. conjunction/ preposition
C.conjunctive adverb/ conjunctive adverb
D. preposition/ conjunction
3- In many families the kids stay with the parents until the former are in their thirties [because] they cannot really afford to live on their own; [instead], parents often see this as an expression of devotion on their kids' part.
A. coordinating conjunction/ conjunctive adverb
B. conjunctive adverb/ conjunction
C.subordinating conjunction/ conjunctive adverb
D. preposition/ subordinating conjunction
4-Common folk show the importance of family through phrases [like] the proverb "blood is thicker than water"; [likewise], people also say "family will always be there for you in times of need."
A. preposition/ conjunction
B. preposition/ conjunctive adverb
C. conjunctive adverb/ preposition
5-Many people consider family [as] the most important community in an individual's life; [however], others consider the role of the family to be overestimated.
A. preposition/ conjunctive adverb
B. conjunction/ conjunctive adverb
C. conjunction/ conjunction
D. conjunctive adverb/ preposition
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