A complex sentence is by definition a sentence that contains one dependent clause attached to another indepedent clause.
* The below sentence is simple. I thought that the below underlined string of words is a dependent clause, but it's not. What is it then?
Eg: Bob and Sue went to the store on the corner near the center of town to buy groceries and to get some drinks for the party.
So, it this a simple sentence?.
Eg2: lying exposed without its blanket of snow, the ice on the river melts quickly under the warm march sun.
what function does the underline string of words hold?
Last edited by aous02; 30-Jun-2008 at 20:02.
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