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More Sentence Patterns 1. Simple sentence with noun clause Douglas thought that the North Star led the way to freedom. 2. Complex sentence with noun clause and adverb clause at the end of sentence Douglas wondered if he could go to the north because he wanted to escape slavery. 3. Complex sentence, adjective clause describing specific subject James, who has a toothache, feels really hungry. 4. Complex sentence with noun clause, adjective clause describing subject The college student who is sitting in the dentist office believes that people must question everything. 5. Complex sentence with noun clause, adjective clause describing object noun Why James’ mother beat James has a reasonable answer, which is to make James strong.
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Complex sentence with noun clause and adverb clause at the beginning of sentence When Douglas learned how to read, he knew that he could be free. 7. Complex sentence, adjective clause using whom to describe subject The girl whom James was looking at got really mad. 8. Complex sentence, adjective clause using whom to describe object James liked the girl whom he met in the bus. 9. Complex sentence, adjective clause using whom to describe specific subject The old white lady in Bayonne, whom James mother talked to, gave James mother more salt meat. 10. Complex sentence, adjective clause using whom to describe specific object Douglas thanked Mrs. Auld, whom he admired her kindness....
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