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Rachael Koestartyo ESL33B 7:30-10:30 Prof. Meier 26 June 2009 Sentence Patterns 1. Complex sentence, adjective clause describing specific object noun Benjamin Franklin read Dr. Mather’s Essays to Do Good , which influenced his principles. 2. Complex sentence, adjective clause describing specific subject noun James, who has a toothache, goes to a neighbor for a prayer cure. 3. Complex sentence, adjective clause describing specific object noun James goes to Bayonne, where he will get his tooth pulled. 4. Complex sentence, adjective clause describing specific subject noun The only college student in the dentist office, who believes that people must question everything, argues with the preacher. 5. Complex sentence, adverb clause in front of independent clause When James refuses to kill the bird, his mother gets mad at him. 6. Complex sentence, adverb clause in back of independent clause Benjamin Franklin started to read since he was very young.
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course ENGL 33 taught by Professor Meier during the Spring '09 term at Pasadena City College.

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