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    biswajit roy is offline Newbie
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    Transformation of sentens.

    Anybody can help me.?

    "It was a flowering mustard field." I have to convert this 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..

    Can any body tell me is it write or worng..?

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    Re: Transformation of sentens.

    For the third time, end your sentences with a single punctuation mark.

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    Re: Transformation of sentens.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    For the third time, end your sentences with a single punctuation mark.
    You''ll find,biswajit roy, that if you show that you try to apply what we have told you, we will continue to help as much as we can. If you simply ignore what we say, then we see little point in answering your questions.

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    Re: Transformation of sentens.

    Actually, I'm not understand which rule I've to follow to get proper guide..

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    Re: Transformation of sentens.

    End a sentence with a single punctuation mark.

    When you are prepared to do this, ask your question in a new thread. This thread is closed.

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