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  1. vaibhavmaskar
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    second sentence start with verb

    This is one situation in which making a sentence longer is probably an advantage.

    I think these are a two sentence

    1)This is one situation in which making a sentence longer

    2) is probably an advantage.

    My question is when this grammatical term use? or when second sentence start with verb.

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    Re: second sentence start with verb

    There are not two sentences there. You cannot split the original sentence like that.

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    Re: second sentence start with verb

    Quote Originally Posted by vaibhavmaskar View Post
    This is one situation in which making a sentence longer is probably an advantage.

    I think these are a two sentence

    1)This is one situation in which making a sentence longer

    2) is probably an advantage.

    My question is when this grammatical term use? or when second sentence start with verb.
    Why would you even consider taking a verb out of its sentence? What you are left with is two fragments.

  3. vaibhavmaskar
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    Re: second sentence start with verb

    I got it

    1.This is one situation

    in which (conj.)

    2.making a sentence longer is probably an advantage.

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    Re: second sentence start with verb

    Quote Originally Posted by vaibhavmaskar View Post
    I got it

    1.This is one situation

    in which (conj.)

    2.making a sentence longer is probably an advantage.
    What does that mean?

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