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    Transformation of sentens.

    "It was a flowering mustard field". I want to convert this sentence into complex.

    It was a field which coverd with mustard flower. Is the sentece properly convert into complex? I've confusion, because, for adding preposition before mustard flower. please help, if there is any error.

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    Re: Transformation of sentens.

    It was a field which was covered with mustard flowers,
    That's a complex sentence, It's also more natural than the original, in my opinion.

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    Re: Transformation of sentens.

    Original sentence: "It was a flowering mustard field" [turn into complex sentence]

    Actually, to make complex sentence my friend did, "It was a mustard field which was flowreing. But, I did, It was a field which coverd with mustard flower." So, I'm still in confussion, which sentence is grammaritically correct? Can you tell you me, is my friend make it worng or, both of the sentence is correct? please give proper illustration. Thank you.

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    Re: Transformation of sentens.

    Not surprisingly, 5jj's answer is better than your friend's.

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    Re: Transformation of sentens.

    I wouldn't say that "It was a mustard field which was flowering" is gramatically incorrect, but it is not a natural thing to say, in my opinion.

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