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No one is answering in Language... Can anyone please check my answer? Rewrite the following compound sentence as a complex sentence by changing the italicized clause to a subordinate clause. I have a big box, and I keep all my odds and ends in it. My answer: I keep all of my odds and ends in a big box. My teacher: "This is missing a clause." Can you help me?

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Please help me!
I would but dont wat the question asks for
and I keep all my odds and ends in it. is the italicized clause.

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"and I keep all my odds and ends in it"
sorry im still not gettin it
that's the clause.. I had to change it to a subordinate clause
sorry wish i culd help but dont remember any of this
It's ok, best response for effort..
Thanks! i really wish i culd help u :/
I have a big box, where I keep all my odds and ends. Subordinate clauses usually replace the noun so it isn't repeated, such as in this case where I said "where" instead of saying box again.

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