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    rajan is offline Member
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    Can anybody suggest me the site where - joining and disjoining of sentence are mentioned. I want to know - how can we disjoin such type of sentence. Are these sentence really the reuslt of joining the two sentences.

    1) The alert is understood to have been issued following an intercept suggesting that militants might carry out a suicide attack aimed at hijacking a plane.

    2) He claimed to have distribued Rs.5000/-


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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Can you break them apart into two sentences? With the first, look at the word 'suggesting'.

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