anonymous
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Which of the following clauses turns the clause into a complex sentence
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Do you have some examples?
anonymous
  • anonymous
An airplane has wings like a bird,... A. But they do not flap like a bird's wings B. Even though they do not flap like a bird's wings C. So it can use wind currents
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Which one do you think is correct?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
B.
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Why do you say that "B" is correct?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Honesty I'm not sure, I guess it explains it better
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you explain to me a complex sentence
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A complex sentence contains both an independent clause and a dependent clause. An example of an independent clause: The sunset lit up the sky. An example of a dependent clause: And made the sky pretty. A complex sentence combining these: The sunset lit up the sky and made the sky pretty.
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The given sentence is independent because it does not need any more information to make it complete. So, to make it a complex sentence, we must find the dependent clause to go with it. Keep in mind that dependent clauses start with conjunctions, such as "as", "and", and "but."
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh ok, I get it, that makes a lot of sense
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Awesome! Is anything else confusing you?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Um B. Doesn't contain as,and,or but
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do I take it out when combining both
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Right, so it can't be B. We need the sentence that contains conjunctions such as "as," "and," or "but."
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Also, no, there is no need to take out the conjunction.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So A. will be my answer
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That's correct!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks!
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anonymous
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K, I will

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