1 A- which she wanted to give her mother - Adjective clause - qualifying noun flowers
2A- why she hates me. - noun clause
3A-so that he might reach the airport in time. - adverb clause
4A-so softly that we could not hear him at all. - adverb clause
5A-that all the plants had been pruned neatly.
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An adjective phrase is a group of words that describe a noun or pronoun in a sentence. The adjective in an adjective phrase can appear at the start, end or middle of the phrase. The adjective phrase can be placed before or after the noun or pronoun in the sentence.
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