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Copy of Complex sentence

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Nica Meneses

on 13 January 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Complex sentence

Simplifying needlessly complex sentence structure Complex sentence -is formed when you join a main clause
and a subordinate clause Example: Although I was scared, I carefully crossed the bridge. Although I was scared, I carefully crossed the bridge. Subordinate clause Independent clause * This part of the sentence is a clause as it contains a verb and a subject. It does not make sense on its own so it is a subordinate clause. * This part of the sentence is a clause as it contains a verb and a subject.
It is a main clause as it makes sense on its own. I was scared, but crossed the bridge. Snow started to fall after the wind stopped. The snow started when the wind stopped.
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