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Unformatted text preview: 5. Complex Sentence, noun clause used as object of independent clause with imbedded adverb clause in noun clause. Granny Weatherall thinks that Cornelia, when she calls Dr. Harry, wastes her money for nonsense. 6. Complex Sentence, noun clause used as subject of independent clause with adverb clause after independent clause. What Granny wants from God is to give her a sign when she faces her death. 7. Complex sentence, adjective clause used to describe object of independent clause with past participle used to describe subject of independent clause. Granny, examined by Dr. Harry, remembers John, who left her on the altar. 8. Complex Sentence, adjective clause after object of independent clause with present participle phrase describing subject of adjective clause. Granny meets Father Connolly, whom she, listening to his prayer, trusts....
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