dbmeier_phrases to clauses

dbmeier_phrases to clauses - Phrases to Clauses Turn each...

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Phrases to Clauses Turn each of these phrase structures back into a clause: 1. Wanting to beat his own score next year, Chapman practiced more than 3 hours every day after finishing his regular classes. Chapman, who wants to beat his own score next year, practiced more than 3 hours every day after he finishes his regular classes. 2. its tail moving and twitching menacingly, the tiger paced its cage as if it were ready to pounce The tiger whose tail moves and twitches menacingly paced its cage as if it was ready to pounce. 3. Taken by surprise, the Panda had no time to react to its captors. The panda that is taken by surprise had no time to react to its captors. 4. The young student approached the spider cautiously, thinking that the creature might be deadly poisonous. The young student who thinks that the creature might be deadly poisonous approached the spider cautiously. 5. Mr. Meier yawned as if he were ready to go to sleep, his mouth open like an alligator catching flies. Mr. Meier, whose mouth opens like an alligator that catches flies, yawned as if he were ready to go
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