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Unformatted text preview: clause. Although Douglas failed to escape, he believed that he would be successful next time. 7. Complex sentence using noun clause as subject with adverb clause in back of independent clause. Whether James can get his tooth pulled is not certain because the line is really long. 8. Compound/Complex sentence, adjective clause after subject of first independent clause and adjective clause after object noun of second independent clause. Douglas, who knew how to read, taught his friends, and his friends became his partner who always helped him. 9. Compound/Complex sentence, adverb clause in front of first independent clause and adverb clause at the end of the second independent clause. Although James is still young, his mother teaches him to be strong, and she will beat James when he acts like a crybaby. 10. Simple sentence with noun clause subject and noun clause object. How James’ mother wants James to be strong explains why she beats James....
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- Spring '09
- Dependent clause, Syntactic entities, clause, Douglas